Here are some of my favorite resources to help you live a more blissful life. If you’d like to add to the list– please feel free to contact me. Let’s build this community together!


3HO Kundalini Yoga – the best resource on all things Kundalini
Kundalini Research Institute (KRI) – great resource for Kundalini yoga teachers to find kriya sets, meditations, events, and workshops for more education on the practicalities of Kundalini yoga
Spirituality & Health Magazine – most of the articles in their magazine are published on this site, along with other great articles on self-help and wellness
Tiny Buddha – my favorite website for inspirational stories to help deal with any challenging situation in life
The Daily Love – Mastin Kipp and his well recognized team of contributors create masterful articles on how to work through limiting beliefs through the lens of love
Mind Body Green– a complete website full of tips, videos, and products for all your wellness needs


Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life – these four questions DID change my life. I always recommend this book to everyone I know who is in need of radical healing
The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment – the first self-help book that changed my life. Everytime I read it, I always learn something new and gain a fresh perspective on m path in life
20 Something, 20 Everything – this book helped me identify who I am and what I want to do in life, and gave practical exercises on how to manifest my dreams
The Power of Habit – very helpful book on how to create and sustain healthy habits
Tattoos on The Heart – I just love Gregory Boyle for all his work with Homeboy Industries. This book offers valuable lessons on love and compassion through his experience working with gang members


Daily Yoga Quotes – daily dose of your favorite yoga quotes
Gratitude Journal – write down what you are thankful for every minute of the day
Re-mindful – I LOVE this app. Set daily reminders to smile, give thanks, be happy, and many more
The Habit Factor – it takes 40 days to break or create a habit. Track all your habits and goals with this helpful app
Mantra Minder – create your own mantra or affirmation and schedule daily reminders


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