We were talking about POSSIBILITY in our last class.
Yoga shows us the impermanence of all and everything. It's teaching us of detachment and letting go. Detachments meaning being completely engaged in it all, but not attached to any outcome. No destination, just a ride.
Yoga teaches us to be observer and a witness. We watch our body as it changes, as we transform, as we get stronger, as we get older. We learn to embrace it all, without a judgment, without a story. We learn to accept that nothing is permanent and that each: practice, moment,day will be different. We learn to let go of preconceived ideas of what we can and can not do and we welcome every possibility as it IS a new opportunity for us to learn, grow, evolve, expand.
In that class, I also shared a short poem by Rumi,
"The Fragile Vial"
"Be a spot of ground where nothing is growing,
where something might be planted,
a seed, possibly, from Absolute."
As our journey together is coming to the end, it's a another reminder of impermanence. Another lesson that each day is a gift, each moment is so precious. It's teaching us not take anything for granted and to really immerse ourSelves in this moment. And this one. And this one... to be here NOW.
Even though this chapter of our journey is wrapping up, I know in my heart that this is only the beginning. Keep practicing. Be receptive. Be peace. This world really needs peaceful warriors and warriorsses.
Allow it to be YOU!
It's always my honor to serve you.
With all my heart,