Householder yoga is a way of living in the world while not being “of” the world.  It’s being a radical worldservant. What that means to me is that I don’t have to live the life of a hermit on the mountaintop to do my spiritual practice – although I often think that would be easier!  I live in the world we all share and move toward expanding my ability to love and gain wisdom. 



Here it is

My book of vomit

A steady stream of 



But, I do it because

I swallowed a diamond necklace God gave me when we were first dating


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8 Comments on “ABOUT”

  1. Melissa says:

    I love you deeply soul sister. Thanks for sharing your blog with me. It is beautiful, your words are beautiful, you are beautiful. I hope you know how deeply and profoundly you touch my life. Keep blogging!


  2. Hi Naima,

    I am so sorry it’s taken me this long to get back to you. This is Shari Lopatin, and you’d left me a comment on the “resume” tab of my site, “Shari Lopatin: Rogue Writer,” asking if I liked the degree I got from NAU in journalism. And the answer is YES! Loved it. I graduated back in 2005, so I’m not sure if the same professors are still teaching there, but if they are, I’d recommend the degree program. My only reservation would be the following: check and see how much they’re teaching about multi-media and social media journalism. When I went there, that movement hadn’t hit hard yet, so NAU stuck to the ethics and basis behind traditional journalism–which is exceedingly important. However, if they haven’t expanded to include the new age of multi-media, I’d suggest looking into ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism.

    I hope this advice helps! And again, very sorry it took me awhile to write you back. Thanks for stopping by my hub and I do hope you’ll visit again sometime soon! 🙂

    Shari, http://ShariLopatin.wordpress.com


  3. Meg says:

    Great work here you are doing and being, so enjoy reading through your posts and am sharing with my wise women friends xo

    Blessings & Light,
    Meg x


  4. Nice to meet you 🙂


    • So nice to meet you too. Just read your about page and it seems we have kids the same age. I have a 2.5 year old and a son turning 13 on Sunday – oh boy!.
      I like the part where you say you are developing a feeling of community – reminds me of a quote (I’m a quote addict) that says: “belonging is an action verb”. Have a great day! See you on the blogosphere.


  5. Yea! I found you. Looking forward to reading what you have blogged!


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