Welcome to a simple yet powerful rejuvenating practice that’s time tested and is designed to promote energy levels, easeful movement, strength, slow the aging process, increase metabolism, circulation, and so much more! The Five Tibetan Rites has been a profound and transformational practice in my life, as a human. I practice it consistently, it balances me, […]
Hello, and welcome! I’m Monica, creator of Live Your Bliss, and I’m both excited and grateful that you have found your way to my website. I created Live Your Bliss as a platform to share what I have learned and continue to experience throughout my journey, in hopes that you too find something that resonates […]
So I turned 28 on Friday April 26th this year…and was incredibly lucky to be able to celebrate is such fine company! If I had to use one word to describe the day, it would be ‘SWEET.’ I have pasted some photos below… Upon meeting Jody on the path to walk to class in the […]
Below are just a few photos I have taken during the first week. They will improve, I promise! I am going to have to get better at taking time to use my camera. It is so lovely to just get caught up in the moment here. The ease of being present comes as such a […]
Hello from Ubud, Bali! For those of you around the globe, who may not be in direct physical communication with me, I have embarked on the next chapter for living, and another adventure is setting in! I left upstate New York on April 17th to travel to Bali, Indonesia to continue training with my amazing […]
Upon arrival in Christchurch, South Island of New Zealand,we rented a gutted out mini-van and turned it into our home for the next month.There were ups and there were downs (think about sharing a 10×4 space withanother person for 30 days) – but then add in being surrounded by some of themost pristine and […]
After many attempts to fully explain my thoughts and emotions through this life changing and indescribably beautiful journey through the Himalayan Mountains…I have realized that I am simply not ready to release it all to the public. Many of my thoughts and experiences from vivid to subtle are recorded in my journal, of which I […]
Welcome to Ayurvedagram in Bangalore, India! What a truly blessed and unique experience from just about every direction imagineable. Ayurveda isthe Ancient Holistic Art and Science of India used for healing both the bodyand mind. It utilizes tools such as diet, meditation, yoga, exercise, self-caretechniques, daily regimens, natural herbs, roots, and minerals that […]
Welcome to Kwa Mkono Polio Hostel – the first and only volunteers in the 50 year history of the hostel. Most simply put, this was quite possibly the most challenging experience of my life thus far. There are various reasons for this remark. Some will be portrayed in this post, others can really only be explained in person or really […]
Ahhh, I believe that I am finally ready to start putting my adventures, thoughts and experiences of this crazy journey called life into words again. Picking up from where I left off a few months ago…here goes Tanzania! After the lovely trip to South Africa, came a grande adventure in the country of Tanzania. The […]
Well most of you have probably seen or spoken to me since I have been back to the US. Flying into San Francisco, CA from New Zealand, I proceeded to continue my adventure visiting friends in the Bay area and Santa Cruz, flying to Boulder and finally returning to Seneca Falls. Back to ‘real life’? […]
The new addition to the family. She’s a Bermese Mountain Dog – and soooo precious!
The rare ‘lucky chameleon’ that appeared on our doorstep the first day So far, every single place I have gone on this trip, when I leave, I think to myself: “I must come back to this place.” Italy: I want to go back to explore the Dolomites when the Via Farrata’s and Refugio’s are open. Nepal: […]
If you have known me throughout my life, you already know that I absolutely LOVE cute little creatures! Cats, dogs, monkeys, baby goats!…basically anything fury, playful and full of chaotic energy 🙂 Thus, the opportunity to interact with baby cheetahs obviously could not be passed up! Especially when the proceeds go toward improving childhood education pertaining […]
And the ‘wanderous’ journey continues… Molo, from the beautiful country of South Africa! …and I must admit, ‘beautiful’ is an understatement. My apologies for not having posted about most of my journey throughout Nepal …yet. I went through a lot and am still trying to figure out how to put it all into words. My […]
Panorama shot from the Annapurna Base Camp: 6 am; day ~21 ‘WOW’ – I can’t think of how else to explain the past 6 weeks of my life. First and foremost, I apologize for the delay in ‘blogging’ over the past week to all of those who have been following the blog and wondering if I returned […]
(sorry, can’t get a good enough internet connection to add a picture this time) Well it looks like I need to make one more post before heading into the mountains. Yes, as per the previous ‘plan’ I should have arrived at my first tea house for the night about in hour ago, nestled about a […]
‘Namaste.’ Meaning, ‘the divine in me see’s the divine in you’ or simply ‘hello’ as traditionally used by the Nepalese. The trek begins in 2 days from Besi Sahar, a very small settlement east of Pokhara which is where I am currently. I wanted to make a post prior to the trek as, it seems […]
Walking home after a fantastic dinner with Piero the Great!
Note to self; when hiking upwards in one direction, don’t forget to turn around and enjoy the view!
Fresh Dolomite spring water during a long trek into the hills. (The water was so cold it could have been ice!) Worth it. Time to go to Nepal!
Ohh the colorful streets of a tiny littly isalnd off Venice called Burano. The picture is unable to do justice to the actual mirage of colors…
The view from my ‘home’ in Cortina, Italy. Morning sun off of the back deck, mountains in every direction with a blanket of fog nestling into the valleys…bliss.
Ciao from Italy! Please excuse my initial lack of familiarity with blog posting… This is my first attempt and I welcome all constructive criticism to my gmail inbox (Travis – help!). Hopefully I will improve with time. Onto more important things; the first leg of the world trip was a lovely and rather easy going introduction […]