“ A simple mindfulness practice can help you discover gratitude in your daily life, and can be done any time, any where. As you inhale, notice how you take in or receive life. On the exhale, notice how you contribute or give to life. Open your mind and heart to allow gratitude for all that you take in and all that you put out. Shorten this practice with a mantra, repeating to yourself on the inhale and exhale: ‘I receive, I give.’” ~ Leah Guy
Where the Hipsters are: the Brooklyn of Every State! August 4th 2015. Yahoo Travel Though pockets of it are still holding strong, most of Brooklyn has been swept by a sea of trilby-wearing millennials with waxed beards, who just wanna give back to the neighborhood with an artisanal dog treat shop, you know? But the New York borough is far from the only gentrified hotspot in America. We rounded up the most Brooklyn ‘hood in every single state, based on metrics including trendy restaurants, “craft” cocktail bars, bike friendliness, and, of course, urban expansion. By the time you finish reading the list, they probably won’t be cool anymore, so hurry up and read more!
Author Leah Guy believes that disconnection is the root of all fear, and the attempt at letting go causes more problems than it solves. Debunking the myth of detachment and other ideologies, she emphasizes that there’s no escapism in emotional healing. Rather, the process is about putting the personal pieces of your heart, mind, and soul back together again. “The Fearless Path” offers radical approaches such as Spiritual Mapping and Emotional Workshops that will heal trauma, fear, heartache, and mental and physical health.
Walking down Newark Ave’s pedestrian walkway in Jersey City, you’ll see a variety of shops and restaurants that will surely make you want to stop and have a cocktail/snack. But we encourage you to keep walking/exploring — and slightly veer off to the left onto 2nd Street, where you’ll find a tiny shop called Modern Sage.
Leah Guy does not mess around. For more than 20 years she has been working as a health educator, a TV personality, inspirational speaker and yogi. She even has her own cleverly named production company called A Girl Named Guy. But Modern Sage (351 2nd St.) is her most recent passion project — that is good news for Jersey City.
It is common for many of us to get stressed out and overwhelmed with the responsibilities of daily life, but there’s one person who wants to help. Leah Guy, owner of Modern Sage Healing Center in Jersey City and author of The Fearless Path to Emotional Healing, has made a career of helping people to find peace and calm.
While life in the city can be stressful, a new healing center in Jersey City is offering natural ways to help invigorate both the body and spirit.
Modern Sage, located at 351 Second St., is the latest addition to Downtown Jersey City, providing locals with organic products and healthcare programs. Owner Leah Guy hopes to encourage the public to apply “holistic healing” to their daily lives.
Modern Sage is a healing center and holistic retail boutique conveniently located in downtown Jersey City. When people first walk in, they will likely say, “This place smells amazing!” With its unique offerings of organic body care, vegan makeup, supplements, crystals, candles and books, Modern Sage is living up to its reputation as the general store for the mind, the body and the spirit.
The evening proceeded with a lecture and workshop on happiness called “Happiness Factors” by Leah Guy. In this workshop the audience was able to explore a range of techniques, from prayer to meditation in order to release and find inner happiness. The reactions were extremely varying, from some members being in tears to others leaving with a sense of euphoria.