Tribute To Diana Ross


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By: Dawn Bradford-Lange, Co-Founder of Breast Cancer Yoga.

After a long six-month battle with lung cancer, Diana Ross passed peacefully in her home with family by her side. Diana was a co-founder of Breast Cancer Yoga and well-known, accomplished yoga teacher who taught for more than 20 years. Bringing more than just knowledge, Diana reached an audience that embraced her spirituality. Having been to India, twice, she fully immersed herself in her teachings. In her last months, family and friends surrounded her with a vast amount of love. We will mourn her presence for a long time to come. Soak in the light she brought into our lives, and take with us her knowledge and spirituality.

I’m Still Here
Friend, please don’t mourn for me
I’m still here though you don’t see
I’m right by your side each night and day
And within your heart I long to stay
My body is gone but I’m always near
I’m everything you feel, see or hear
My spirit is free, but I’ll never depart
As long as you keep me alive in your heart

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  1. Reblogged this on Natures Way Massage.

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  2. People like Diana are a special gift in our lives. Sweet Peace dear Diana.

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  3. Laura Sposato-Record says:

    She pulled me in to her circle of love instantly. It was powerful. She has changed my life.

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  4. I am so sorry to hear this and so sad that I did not connect earlier. Diana , your light will shine forever. Love to you all

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  5. Reblogged this on I Will Survive, Inc..

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  6. Reblogged this on Coping With Breast Cancer and commented:
    Truly an inspiration to me and so many others. We were all graced to be touched by your gentle spirit, your loving kindness, and your wonderful knowledge. Peace be with you.

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  7. I am deeply saddened by the passing of Diana. She was and always will be an inspiration to me and to so many others. My prayers go out to her family and to her many followers. May Peace be with you.

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  8. Dawn, My heart and my thoughts are with you. May your memories of Diana allow her spirit to live on and her presence to remain with you and your family. Margot

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  9. My heart aches for you, Dawn and the great hole that her the loss of her voice will leave. We will advocate louder, work longer, leave no stone unturned – until cancer is beaten. My love to you and all her dear ones.

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  10. Beautiful eulogy, Dawn. All my love to you and the rest of your family.

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  11. Heartbreaking news. Sending deepest condolences. Diana’s teachings, words of wisdom and advice were a quiet and deep source of encouragement and inspiration during my treatment for breast cancer and now, 2-1/2 years out as a survivor. May her memory and the legacy of her beauty and light and teachings continue on to help others.

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  12. Moonlight Pillows says:

    I’m so sorry to hear this. God bless her shining soul✨ Blessed be, Nancy

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  13. Elizabeth Welch says:

    Sad to hear this. Her site and work have been an inspiration as I went through treatment and Ryt200 certification. I plan to get certified in breast cancer yoga. Thank you for work.

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  14. Cathy Robinson says:

    Thank you Dawn. I was so moved by your tribute. It isn’t easy to put into words your mother’s inner richness and beauty. You captured her essence . I love you Diana and you will always be a part of me. Always. Thank you .

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  15. My condolences to all who knew Diana. Her gifts of knowledge and teachings of yoga have benefited so many. Her wisdom and spirit will live on.

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  16. Dawn, your mother is a wonderful example of one who lived with it, beautifully and courageously.

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  17. RIP… Never forgotten…

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  18. Although we never got to meet in person, her beautiful spirit and wonderful posts which we reposted onto our FB page almost daily, will live on. Ann F., founder Annie Appleseed Project

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  19. Dr. Doug Werner says:

    I was shocked to hear the news about Diana’s passing… We met here online more than a year ago. We would exchange personal mail periodically.
    I had many friends and acquaintances make their bodily transitions to the spirit world in 2014, but Diana was there to cheer me up, though we never met and I promised that this Spring I would be in NYC and looked forward to meeting her.
    She was a model for all cancer recovering and surviving patients, both men and women and her love of yoga and her blog and website will continue to be an inspiration to all whose lives she has touched.
    Go well into the dark night Diana, and may your life and love for all beings be a beacon of light for those of us who remain, as a guide to the Great Spirit when our time finally arrives.
    Om Bhur bhava swaha, that savitur varenyam, bhargo devasya dimahe,
    Dyo yo nat prachyo deyat om shanti shanti shanti. Om….. Peace be with you Diana.

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  20. Beautifully said. Diana lives in each one of us and will always be beside us. Thank you for all your gifts. Beautiful Disna, you will be forever missed. Pure peace in your new world. ❤

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