Carrie-Anne Moss is a mother, wife, actress and Yogi who came to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. Over the last 20 years, her work in the entertainment industry included roles in acclaimed films such as The Matrix and Memento.
Success as an actress brought fulfillment, but for Carrie-Anne, it was marriage and motherhood where she found her deepest sense of purpose and her greatest joy.
Carrie-Anne has a passion for creating space for the conversation of true value—the value that comes from living life from the inside out. Annapurna Living is this conversation.
“My desire is to live in a world where nourishment is valued. My wish is to inspire others to create honest and satisfying lives. I find immense satisfaction in my role as a wife and mother, seeking deep and truthful connection with my husband and children. I am passionate about education, not just of the mind, but also of the soul.
I advocate for sacred motherhood by encouraging other mothers to connect with their families. Keeping an open heart is key in cultivating a life of grace.”
I dream of …
Creating a community of women sitting around a wood table—tea in hand—crafting lives that inspire and uplift others.
I love …
… masala chai made by my hubby in the morning.
… bedtime & in-the-dark conversations with my kids.
… inspiring others to see something differently.
… mung beans and rice. Why? It is healthy comfort food and makes me feel nourished just making it.
… Kundalini yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan.
… mantra & meditation.
My favorite blogs ...
My favorite songs ...
Snatam Kaur—Ong Namo
My top books ...
Katrina Kennison—The Gift of an Ordinary Day
Ram Das—The Only Dance There Is
Clarissa P. Estes—Women Who Run With the Wolves
My highest achievements ...
… are my sacred thriving family, my relationship to my husband, and my acting career.
My favorite date with my husband ...
… on the couch talking about life.
My favorite way to spend a cozy afternoon ...
… steaming hot tea, beautiful music, journal in my lap, soup on the stove, kids flying about, nowhere to go ...