Last weekend we received our official Welcome Ceremony at the Narara Eco Village, an hour north of Sydney. A long time has passed since I have written regularly, partially due to more time spend turning inwards, partially due to lots of yoga teaching, retreats and workshops which – together with the homeschooling of my three, a sailing boat to loath and love, freelance writing commitment and, yes, believe it or not, time to meditate and dance – left my blogging tank empty.
Right now, however, I’m feeling a new wave of sharing enthusiasm as the sangha, my community, whether in yoga, at the Village, amongst fellow sailors and far out into this world with you, is after all something that gives me energy and joy. As such, let me share the beautiful poem we were welcomed with at Narara as we walked through the welcoming spiral. I hope it makes your heart beat faster, just like it did with mine.
Namaste, soul greetings – Dini.
Continue reading We are all one, but different
Re-reading several of the old Yoga scriptures has been the literacy guideline for my year so far. As such I am ploughing through Desikachar’s Heart of Yoga and although I’d love to quote almost all, this is one every part of me resonates with:
We can never experience our real nature if we do not expose ourselves to change. That is why we must test ourselves sometimes by doing something completely different.
Have you done anything different yet this year? or are planning something which you’ve never done before?
Few spots left for our Bali Yoga Retreat this April: https://sailingyogafamily.com/yoga/yoga-retreats-2/blissful-bali-yoga-retreat-april2017/
A wise man travels to discover himself!
J. R. Lowell
PS Few spots left for our Bali Yoga Retreat in two months!
A comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there.
PS: It’s already been a year we are back in Sydney… and what a year on the mini and macro scale!