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Mindful presence is a key component to our yoga practice. It begins with arriving, just as you are.
Whether you are new to yoga or an advanced practitioner, there’s a beauty and a vast sense of possibility when you approach a practice with a beginner’s mind. Letting go of all judgement and comparison to how you were before, whether that be yesterday, last week, before you took a break or many years ago.
As I write this, I notice the changing seasons and a stage of transition. The other day, I was in a summer dress and flip flops (not bad for late September) and today warmer clothing and socks. There’s no going back now. Autumn is here.
I’m much more aware of and in tune with nature’s rhythm than in the past when I’d be impatient for spring to arrive or disappointed when summer was over. I’d try to keep up the same ‘busy’ momentum throughout the year and wonder why it was a struggle to sustain, why I felt off, lethargic, distracted and disconnected from myself and what was needed.
Changing seasons are often marked by letting go of the past, recognizing and accepting the transformation and stepping into the new.
I’m looking forward to reconnecting with you once again after the summer break.
I hope you had a wonderful, varied summer and were able to reduce your time online, finding special moments that were right there in front of you.
My summer time included teacher training in Thailand and then on to the UK for a family visit plus a wonderful reunion in London, with friends I’d studied with during our ballet/contemporary student days some 35 years ago!
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