Hi! I’m Maria. Welcome to A Yoga Mindset; a unique blog for you to explore. Its a stressful and fast-paced world out there, isn’t it? Having a “Yoga mindset” in this modern information age is pretty unique. Most people are living a life full of busyness and distraction, with no time to stop and smell the roses. I think that kinda sucks! Life doesn’t have to be that way. I’m living a different life. A quiet, slow-paced and easy one, by using simple, ancient techniques now becoming accepted as beneficial to well-being thanks to scientific studies. Yoga!

Yoga has added such value to my life by keeping me grounded, calm and connected.  I’m at peace. With myself, my past choices, my relationships, the future, with all of my monsters…..Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart. I’d love to show you how I do it so you too can flourish and experience the abundance of this ancient Yogic lifestyle.  I love having the opportunity to share my love and my life with you. My vision? Well, I’m aiming to make it to 100 years of age with the help of Yogic practices and teachings. To be a Centenarian!

I’d love to share the journey with you and hope to have you alongside me for the ride. There’s a spot reserved just for you next to me. Will you take me up on my offer? Read on and enjoy the journey….

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Slow down, take your time, notice things, smile, laugh, love, listen, learn, let go, just be, accept, forgive, be sincere, appreciate the little things, have intention to be generous, be kind, compassionate, take care of yourself, take things one day at a time, rejoice, be grateful for what you have, for one day soon it will all be gone and you won’t have the opportunity to do it all over again. This is it, it’s not a practice run, this is your life – live it wholely, completely, mindfully. It’s yours not mine…..

The mind is like a magician. It doesn’t have any real power; it’s only there to distract you”

Maria King © 2020
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