Author Archive for: Meryl Davids Landau
Meryl Davids Landau
Meryl Davids Landau is the author of the new spiritual women's novel, Downward Dog, Upward Fog, recommended by the Yoga Journal and Everything Yoga blogs as a fun, uplifting read. Science of Mind's national newsletter says, "[main character] Lorna's struggles are sure to resonate with anyone on the path of conscious awareness." An award-winning writer, Meryl has been published in O, the Oprah magazine, Reader's Digest, Huffington Post and Whole Living. She is also a certified yoga teacher.
For more information, please visit downwarddogupwardfog.com.
Entries by Meryl Davids Landau
You, and your spiritual practice, are perfect just as they are. If you read that and rolled your eyes, you’ve got some work to do. We live in a culture of criticism. Our moms told us to stop sucking our thumbs; our teachers circled (in red!) every mistake we made; our friends and the media constantly remind us that few people are sufficiently thin or attractive; and every time we leave a movie, the first question we’re asked is, “What did you think?” So it isn’t surprising that we fall into the habit of judging ourselves. What’s more, we constantly… Read more.
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