THE LAST THREE DAYS

Sometimes it really amazes me how quickly time gets away from us.  It keeps me aware of why it’s so important to stop (or at least slow down) and breathe.  My apologies for the lapse in posts.  It has been a busy weekend, to say the least.

DAY 28 – I purposely waited until the evening to sit for meditation.  My intention was to create a positive intention for Sunrise Yoga to take with me into sleep.  Lots of prayers, lots of breath, lots of smiles and positive thought.

DAY 29 – Fall Equinox Sunrise Yoga.  I woke at 4;30 with the same smile I was wearing the night before.  I continued with the same intention, chanted Gayatri the whole drive down to North Beach.  Once I arrived I sat in my car, breathed and meditated on the beauty of the day.  It was chilly.  It was blustery.  But it was beautiful.  THANK YOU to the nearly 60 people who showed up for Sunrise Yoga!  Your dedication to your practice and your community is inspiring!

DAY 30 – When you get on your mat every day, you learn something new every day.  Whether it’s emotional, energetic or physical – there’s always a lesson there, waiting to be conveyed.  For me, today it was my foot placement in Revolved Triangle.  One simple adjustment in how my weight was distributed in my front foot created a brand new pose.  This is one of the reasons I love this practice so much!

 

3 Comments:

  1. Sounds like an amazing 30 days…and a great turnout on Sunday…may the “force” be with you. Love Ya Greta

  2. Another great sunrise practice! Thank you

  3. I’m in ! New poses and doing something or more everyday – even on the weekends ! I want to keep it up ! Maybe I’ll get better at slowing down for meditation, hmmm!

    Thanks Beth!

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