Thank you for coming to Sunday’s Sanga at Church House. I enjoyed the shared practice, discussions and quiet spaces. This is a reminder to reflect on your practice.
Yoga is great on the mat but the aim is to take it into life. To start, is there one thing that you can take off the mat into your daily life? Some of you mentioned pausing:
We have been observing and watching how we move in the online classes and we extended this on Sunday. How do we work with our bodies and how do different parts work with each other? We have been exploring the concept of samyoga – identification or misidentification. What is needed to realise the confusion of samyoga and come to a state of yoga? A few questions about how you use your body:
Can you read those questions again with respect to significant relationships in your life?
I encourage you to take your practice off the mat and cultivate spaces of integrity and awareness. If we do not understand where or why we avoid movement within ourselves, can we really know how we impact on others and be both strong and flexible in our relationships?
I said I would keep these blogs short. There’s so much more to say. I would love to hear from you about your response and your experience
In an attempt to restrict the number of emails I send, I try to write one blog with everything included but I think they are just too long.
Am I right?
From today, blogs will be short with links to relevant pages. You can choose to click and read the more detailed information.
Writing the blogs takes quite a bit of time and if you’re not finding them useful, it seems a shame to keep us all locked to the computer.
Thanks to those of you who make comments and share your reflections. I would still very much like to hear from you!
(Obviously there will occasionally be ramblings that I just won’t be able to keep short …)