Lisa Ray Instagram - Happy World Health Day. I wrote about Wellness for @elleindia a few moons ago. I think it’s time for a reminder. Not for you. For me. ‘The most subversive thing you can do today is to reclaim your wellness, which by the way doesn’t always translate into a relaxed quiet version of yourself. Wellness is disruptive. I don’t think of myself as a semi- success on the health spectrum because I’m living with a disease, but a gundi of good health, a wild woman of wellness, the CEO of SLA (Save Lisa’s Ass) And most importantly wellness does not mean you will not get ill. It does not mean you will not deal with all sorts of health issues. You will. But once you stop being a stranger to yourself you will be equipped to face the challenges that come. Like a super hero. Like a super soul.’

Lisa Ray Instagram – Happy World Health Day. I wrote about Wellness for @elleindia a few moons ago. I think it’s time for a reminder. Not for you. For me. ‘The most subversive thing you can do today is to reclaim your wellness, which by the way doesn’t always translate into a relaxed quiet version of yourself. Wellness is disruptive. I don’t think of myself as a semi- success on the health spectrum because I’m living with a disease, but a gundi of good health, a wild woman of wellness, the CEO of SLA (Save Lisa’s Ass) And most importantly wellness does not mean you will not get ill. It does not mean you will not deal with all sorts of health issues. You will. But once you stop being a stranger to yourself you will be equipped to face the challenges that come. Like a super hero. Like a super soul.’

Lisa Ray Instagram - Now that I’m 50, I’ve been told to start acting my age 😜 how’s this? Aside from the challenging, varied and age agnostic Pilates routines @thepaddxb what I cherish about working out with @shaaziaq are the conversations about wellness and health. Today we covered a range of topics ranging from the regime I underwent @hippocratesinst after relapsing from Multiple Myeloma in 2012 (a few months after getting married) to how there’s a general lack of understanding about how our body functions inside and out. It triggered memories of the talks I attended during my three week stay @hippocratesinst which demystified the immune system and how after, a group of us seekers would gather over green juice and a raw food spread discussing nutrition, inflammation and all the reasons to adopt a more conscious, holistic lifestyle. When you understand the WHY, you are less resistant to the HOW. Every conversation enlightens me on how important it is to touch on these topics, to share and cultivate community that is compassionate and supports your healing. On a side note: working on the next book is challenging. Every second day the book I want to write is fiction. And then I feel called to write more about this healing adventure I’ve been on. I’ll try to keep working on both I suppose. #fletcherpilates #thisis50

Lisa Ray Instagram – Happy World Health Day.

I wrote about Wellness for @elleindia a few moons ago. I think it’s time for a reminder. Not for you. For me.

‘The most subversive thing you can do today is to reclaim your wellness, which by the way doesn’t always translate into a relaxed quiet version of yourself. Wellness is disruptive. I don’t think of myself as a semi- success on the health spectrum because I’m living with a disease, but a gundi of good health, a wild woman of wellness, the CEO of SLA (Save Lisa’s Ass)
And most importantly wellness does not mean you will not get ill. It does not mean you will not deal with all sorts of health issues. You will. But once you stop being a stranger to yourself you will be equipped to face the challenges that come. Like a super hero. Like a super soul.’ | Posted on 07/Apr/2022 12:39:30

Lisa Ray Instagram – #REPOST @kauverikhullaar with @get__repost__app  She puts on her best dress and rolls in the sand because #shejustdontcare🙌🏼#Lisa’s50th #desertmagic @lisaraniray
Lisa Ray Instagram – #REPOST @artdubai with @get__repost__app “In my soul there is a temple, a shrine, a mosque, a church where I kneel. prayer should bring us to an altar where no walls or names exist.”- Rabia Basri, 8th century Sufi woman poet from Iraq.

在我的靈魂裡
有一座廟宇 一座聖殿 一座清真寺 一座教堂 我跪在那裡 祈禱應該把我們帶到一個沒有邊界或名字的祭壇

This series of khoos, handwoven palm leaves that was traditionally used for household objects are hand-inscribed with verses from women Sufi poets. The aim is to honor the local women community and their skills and knowledge of working with local crafts using natural materials from the region.

A Temple, A Shrine, A Mosque, A Church Series 無邊的壇城 2022 by @charweitsai

In collaboration with @alghadeeremiraticrafts
Commissioned by Art Dubai

View from ‘Coming Together’ exhibition at TKG+ Taipei on exhibit until April 30 2022.

Photo by @anpis
special thanks: @natasapetresin #repostios #repostw10