A couple of observations.
- Obviously, blogging has become somewhat of a haphazard exercise for me of late. I’m totally okay with that, by the way, and hopefully you are, too. Years ago when I attended a Vipassana meditation retreat, the words ‘Nothing lasts forever, everything changes’ were drilled into me; five words that bring me a lot of comfort during a time that seems to be so damn riddled with change.
- Hair brushes are overrated. #SorryNotSorry
- Kundalini Yoga RULES (again). Here I am with another very simple but potent teaching from its philosophy. My big ol’ soul just loves this one.
As Caroline Myss so powerfully taught last weekend in Brisbane:
All change is immediate. All change is Universal.
Re-investigate your story of ‘loneliness’. If you can enter into that enquiry with a little curiosity on ways that you can actually merge more deeply with yourself, by some kind of divine paradox, you’ll also begin to feel much more connected to the whole of humanity. (Which links back nicely to my last blog post on self-consciousness.
Have a beautiful moment, and do feel free to comment with thoughts, or share this with friends.
PS: Would you like to practice Kundalini Yoga with me?
I teach at Centre For Life – 8 Fremantle Street, Burleigh Heads:
It’s an impeccable yoga school that I feel honoured to be a part of. Come on down and we’ll make you feel very welcome.
ALSO, I’m teaching an Introduction to Kundalini Yoga workshop at Essence of Living on December 5.