Friday, April 26, 2024


According to karma, our true purpose is to return to balance, love, happiness, and abundance while removing our negative karma. A change in attitude is what brings about a shift in karma. However, be careful with attitude because what may work in one moment may not in another. Our desires are what keeps us in the ever-repeating pattern of karma. While there is value in the repetition, it is of a higher value to transcend the rebirth cycle of karma and find our true self, which exists in a state of balance, harmony, love, happiness, and peace. The root of all karma is seeded in the four great passions. One of these passions is more intense in your life than the others, but they all appear simultaneously. The four great passions which are the major causes of all of life’s problems are: Deceit Greed Anger Pride Karma is about the ability to direct our energy from the four great passions in ways that bring us balance, strength, flexibility, and peace of body, mind, and soul. Let’s get started. END: If you choose to break the pattern of your karma, you will free your energy to explore the rest of the universe, and through your wisdom, you will realize that you can now do as you choose rather than being compelled by karma EGO: Flip your palm up and extend your index finger, symbolizing the ego. The ego, sometimes an inflated sense of self-importance, hinders us from genuine growth and connection driven by fear and vulnerability. Pull your finger in and place the thumb on top. Take a breath and surrender to the soul. Knowing something is beyond the body and mind, you tap into your essence or soul. Your soul is then free to create and thus bring about positive karmic change. Namaste ~ may you walk your life's path with health, happiness, and peace. Doctor Lynn For class books, consultation and more Doctor Lynn #FREE #YOGA #VIDEO - How to #Prosper #ENJOY YOGA VIDEO

Saturday, April 20, 2024

What is Wisdom?

Wisdom, often mistaken for knowledge, is a distinct concept. While knowledge can be acquired without common sense or judgment, wisdom necessitates both knowledge and experience. It's the art of learning, understanding, and mastering one's life. Science categorizes wisdom as crystallized intelligence. This implies that as we mature and accumulate experiences, our minds amass a wealth of knowledge to tap into. While youthful minds may be swifter, older minds can more readily find solutions or make decisions due to their experiences and crystallized intelligence. Could we label this wisdom? Perhaps wisdom is more than just experience and knowledge crystallized into accessible information. It's not about the quantity of data you store, but how you utilize it to stay on the soulful path. Wisdom is discerning which path to walk. Integrity is walking it. It's a journey that requires effort – that's karma – so let's embark on it. END: The soulful path will involve numerous detours, twists, and turns. The journey from here to there is never a straight line. Sometimes, you may stray so far from the path that you need assistance finding your way back. Each day, strive to bring wealth, pleasure, harmony, and liberation to yourself and the world. Aiming for these four directions while working on your karma will uncover the path of wisdom and the integrity to walk it. EGO: Flip your palms up and extend your index finger, symbolizing your ego. Feel it give you a slight tug and pull away from your center. Watch out for the ego. It can sometimes think of itself as having excellent knowledge and being superior. Wisdom is more than knowledge and intelligence. Pull your finger in and place your thumb on top – the symbol of the soul. Take a breath and surrender to the soul. Wisdom is more than intelligence. Wisdom is knowing everything constantly changes, so don't get attached to anything. It is also the realization that time has wings; it flies, so don't waste it. Just remember—you never step into the same river twice. Choose wisely, walk softly, and stay on the path. Namaste~ may you walk the path with health, happiness, and peace. Doctor Lynn For books, consultation, classes, and more

Saturday, April 13, 2024

The Fourth Aim on the Soulful Path

The first aim is wealth, the second is pleasure, the third is harmony, and the fourth, the pinnacle of the Soulful Path, is liberation. This aim is not just a goal but a transformative journey that leads to true freedom and wisdom. Liberation is not a static state of being, but a dynamic and continuous process. It's about making peace with life as it is, observing life without disturbance and judgment. This ongoing process of liberation is what leads us to discover true freedom, and it all starts with accepting change. Change is the only absolute in life, so why is it so difficult to accept it? We want permanence because it makes us feel safe, content, and connected. But things in this world are constantly changing, down to the molecules that make up your body. That is why we need liberation; it gives us the freedom to accept things and then let them come and go without attachment. It's not an easy thing to do. We must constantly work to find our balance, be strong, stay flexible, and make peace with life just as it is. That’s karma and what we are here to practice. Let’s get started. END: There is a proverb that goes, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” This refers to the ever-changing element of nature held fast by the never-changing essence of life. Although things in the material world are constantly changing, the underlying essence of life stays the same. Love, hatred, war, peace, feast, and famine will always exist. Life will continually present us with the fundamental challenges of existence. It is our approach to these things that constantly change. Since the beginning of time, humans have waged war and conflict. How we approach it and what we call it has continuously changed. EGO: Flip your palms up and extend out your index finger – the symbol of the ego. The ego wants constant control. This is how it feels safe and secure, but in the power struggle, the ego forbids itself from experiencing contentment and peace. Pull your finger in and place your thumb on top – the symbol of your soul. Take a breath and surrender to the soul. The soul will remind you to accept things as they are and to flow with life. When you do this if only for a moment, you will discover liberation – the freedom to accept, let go, and be content and at peace with life just as it is. Namaste~ may you walk the path of life with health, happiness, and peace. Doctor Lynn For books, classes, and consultations