Author Archives: Suki Eleuterio

About Suki Eleuterio

Suki Eleuterio is a blogger, spiritualist, yoga enthusiast and poet living in South Florida. She is the founder of Found My Light, and the creative mind behind Sookton’s Space. She enjoys writing and discussing spirituality, holistic health, and vegetarianism. Growing up in Kenya with parents from different religious and cultural backgrounds, Suki has spent time finding her own path. You can follow her musings on Twitter and Instagram.
Bhakti Yoga

Bhakti Yoga: The Divine Music Within

The first time I participated in a kirtan and felt Bhakti yoga in my heart I was in the first week of my teacher training at I Love Yoga studio. As Moses Love played the notes on the old wooden…

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What I’ve Learned From Women’s Circles

I started leading Women’s Healing Circles in January 2011 and haven’t stopped since. This is one of my big passions because I am committed to a peaceful world. For myself and humanity. This is the why I do it. Sacred…

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I Found My Light: Depression & the Merry-Go-Round

Amusement parks are exciting. Families flock to them every summer to enjoy the thrill of the rides, overlapping sensational sounds and colors and the aroma of food. It is the consummate sensory summer thrill. The merry-go-round is the pulse of…

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10 Powerful Thich Nhat Hanh Quotes

I recently began reading the book “Being Peace” by Thich Nhat Hanh. His words are always so simple and yet powerful. There are hundreds of powerful Thich Nhat Hanh quotes in his books and in his speeches and I have…

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Channeling Healing in Times of Loss 

  “New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.” – Laozi, Author of Dao de Jing 2015 was a difficult year for me. I received news that a dear friend of mine who traveled with me in college passed away…

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5 Steps to a Spiritual Pregnancy

   Being pregnant was one of the most spiritual times of my life.  Right from the start I felt connected, centered, and tuned in. My body became a sacred vehicle for a soul that was ready to meet the world….

Yoga for Seniors and Osteoporosis

Teaching Yoga to Seniors & People with Osteoporosis

Yoga is amazing. It helps us relax, relieves depression and anxiety, and helps us get back into shape. Sadly, not everyone can practice yoga with the same agility and energy, and for people who already have problems with their bones,…

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7 Easy Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes

Several years ago my friends came up with an awesome tradition: Veg Thanksgiving. Once a year we would get together and each bring an amazing vegan dish. Together we would celebrate Thanksgiving – giving thanks and sharing good food with…

Your True Purpose

Living Your True Purpose Makes the World a Better Place

The world is beautiful, humble and loving all in one. That’s beautiful because its natural state reminds us of our true nature. It’s humble and loving because it continues to go around, day and night; despite whatever humans choose to do to it….