Yoga means union, oneness, being at peace with what is.
It has nothing to “do” with action to make something be a certain way or change anything. Continue reading
When the sun comes out as it did these past several days our solar powered life force became charged with increased activity!! This is called Rajas… too much activity.
It’s not external situations that needs to change.
It’s how we show up internally.
Why I am leading a life of an Acharya (teacher)…
Sitting outside listening to the chanting from the mosque, the shadow of the moon high above in the sky and the glimmer of daylight slowly seeping in. Continue reading
Coming to the ashram in Florida, is remembering home.
A pilgrimage inward through the external world.
Time travel required to go out to go in…..
A reset button.
Sitting on the porch, wrapped In a blanket, warm drink in hand.
Witness the excitement, the movement of Birds, their fearlessness through the transition of the morning.
We each have a path to walk.
It is a personal journey of exploration.
Whether you are coming into 2017 from a relaxed, quiet and easeful holiday experience or from a busy, full and possibly exhausting experience, surrender to what is. This means to trust and allow. Not to push forth with our will or collapse in defeat.
In India, there are caves in the Himalayan mountains, where Yogis sit and meditate for years. The cave represents the container or the form and the space within the cave represents the space of meditation.