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    I was super honored last weekend to be able to take part of an elite summit of entrepreneurs that took place… how do I put this… on top of a mountain, not even 5 meters from the first run and also the best lift.  In between talks some would have coffee or a beer, while others of us would throw on our skis and shoot on down the impeccable Utah slopes.

    It was on one of these runs that I started thinking about the Fall Line, the one line that, if there are no bumps, a gravity would guide a ball straight down the mountain.  In skiing, the fall line is the magnet, the place you want to be.  I, on the other hand, started off by traversing the fall line left and right, right and left, crossing it in some pretty shnazzy Z’s rather than the long swooping S’s that are in fact the goal.

    The thing is, skiing the fall line can be scary.  Your skiis are pointed most often, down, your speed is likely, fast, and all sorts of injuries can come to mind. Dare I say, you can ‘fall.’

    But then it hit me.  The practice of RETOX is all about embracing our personal fall line.  It is about understanding that sometimes things may shoot past us, we may tumble, and we may need to zig zag a bit, but that life’s inertia will take us there, and RETOXing will help us as individuals arrive radiant and in one piece, inside and out.

    When you RETOX you swoop through life’s snow with clean turns and vibrant smiles, just like I finally did last weekend, whether it is the yoga, nourishment, mindset or music that gets you there.

    So this week, embrace your personal fall line with me.  Even share it on social media with #RETOX – we are on the mountain of life together after all!



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    Classic. Meditation is not about clearing your mind of thoughts, rather about training the muscle of your mind to perceive and create the thoughts you want. You are supposed to be thinking in mediation! Just in a guided fashion. More on this in #retox &hellip

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