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YOGA | GOALS & HABITS | MEDITATION & MINDFULNESS
Classical yoga’s guidelines on living better with others, and ourselves.
How I practice and what yoga means to me. The 8 limbs of yoga (Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras).
Reflecting, is there something in my life I'm trying to control? Am I too invested in a particular outcome….. and can I let it go?
Resolving this week, to live with intent. To listen to your heart; to where you need to focus your energy, to live your truth.
Svadhyaya encourages us to get to know ourselves, what’s taking place within… being interested and curious
When do I need to remind myself the greater gains are more beneficial than the obstacles and distractions, and the instant gratification?
Wishing you a week ahead filled with gratitude and acceptance, for the journey you’re on.
The lotus flower starts its day in bud……
A meditation practice to reflect on what’s most important to you in this life.
On a physical level we are taught to keep ourselves clean and well nourished. But what about our minds - how do we foster a clean and well-functioning mind?
To a wonderful week ahead, letting go of what no longer serves you… and trusting you will be provided for.
Brahmacharya - right use of energy, often translated as non-excess or moderation.
Our weekly meditation session focus was on cultivating an inner resource of calm, ease and a sense of ‘everything is okay’, in this moment, and the ability to be with what is.
Tuesday evenings - our weekly meditation focus, for Term 2.
Our approach to our ‘Learn to Meditate’ course.
Not stealing, but rather being grateful with what you have and generous in your giving to others.
’What unhelpful thought or thought pattern have I been assuming or accepting to be true? Can I turn it around? Considering for a moment its opposite.'
Who in my life do I need to seek to understand, and consider how to be a little kinder? Acknowledging they have a story, a struggle, and suffer, just like I do.
No hand positions required… and I recommend you start with bite size pieces, or ‘spot meditations’.
Accepting ourselves and all the different parts of us is much more helpful than pushing away or denying the parts we don’t like. To live with inner harmony involves accepting our whole selves with compassion and kindness.
I have always had a blessed and privileged life and yet it was hard. Hard because of all the pressures and expectations I put on myself, the feelings of not ever being good enough
Patience (noun): the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, problems or suffering without becoming annoyed or anxious.
Did you set a new year’s resolution? Did it come from a place of already being good enough just the way you are? From your heart’s deepest desire for you?
Did you know movement is only one aspect of yoga? In Yoga Nidra you sit or lay down still, and comfortable for the practice.
Is 2019 the year you meditate? Or be more mindful? It’s a new year, and time for setting goals and resolutions. Why not start today?
‘Each and every moment of existence, no matter how stressful or how fleeting, contains the potential for spaciousness.’ Anne Bogart.
Here’s my favourite way to set goals…..
‘May you be happy, may you be well, may you live with ease’
Wishing you all a week ahead filled with kindness and compassion to yourselves and others.
What are you grateful for today? Get specific and take a moment to acknowledge why. Think of 3 new things each day and notice contentment build within you….
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