The Yoga Path • Omaha, NE

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{ Practicing Physical, Mental & Spiritual Health }

We Still Can Practice

img_0808Greeting to all on this first day of Spring. The equinox is when day and night are in balance, at least  in some latitudes. Though balance is what we are looking for in the coming days. And isn’t balance what we most crave now with the tumult about us?

With that in mind I’m going to try to revive the Yoga Path blog as means to reach out to all students past and present who have embraced this journey. I will be bringing you posts of  various content exploring just what can be shared that might be helpful.  That way, those who wish can check it whenever they want. Rather than intruding on your lives with yet another email or text, I will offer teachings and practices to help your own practice in the coming weeks.

We are really so fortunate to have taken up this path of Yoga. What we’ve practiced and learned in the past at the school, can be an aid to help us open to this new normal in our life. You already have the flexibility and fluidity to open to this changing world and be receptive to the gifts and burdens that enfold everyday. As well as recalling that we can live happily in the present moment simply by remembering that we already have more than enough conditions to be happy.

Feel free to comment and contribute anytime on this blog.  It can be like having tea in circle at end of our asana practice. We can all benefit from each others’ wisdom.

“If you do not bring the kind eye of creative expectation to your inner world, you never find anything there. The way you look at things is the most powerful force in shaping you life. In a vital sense, perception is reality. “ John O’Donohue from Anam Cara

 

 

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