10 Days To Hanumanasana
Allow for your thoughts to come and go through your mind freely, like waves rolling in and out on beach, or as the moon pulls the tides from shore to shore to shore. But try not to attach your attention to any coming or going thought. Just let them ebb and flow in the moment as you breathe in and out naturally. If your mind starts to attach itself to any one thought simply reconnect your focus to your breathe. You can return to your thoughts later.
Start to disconnect from the being you identify yourself as being.. a mom, dad, husband or wife, parent or child, and an instead start to connect with yourself as the energetic being and life force that you are.
I’ll start by stating the obvious: It’s been more than 10 days since my original post. 72 days to be exact, which makes this follow up post about 61 days late. Forgive me.
Photo: Kate in Hanumanasana (Monkey Pose) August 10th 2016 Someone (although not sure exactly who) said: “anything you can imagine is possible.” Lately I’ve been imagining that I can do a full-fledged Hanumanasana. Yet, never in my life have I been able to do a split of any of kind. So this week I decided to write a yoga sequence with Hanumanasana as the peak posture. Two days ago when I wrote the sequence, I held onto the imagination that as I repeated the sequence over and over again for the next 3 hours, I would eventually make it into the full…
In recent years, taking yoga pictures has become kind of a thing. And I for one, am all about it. Yes, there are some “naysayers of the activity” on the internet that blog about how yogis sharing pictures of themselves in “bikini and asana” goes against the very grain of what yoga is all about.. and to them, I say.. “Whatever. Namaste.” Not only do I participate in the practice of sharing yoga photos and making them as beautiful as possible, but I find it totally inspiring when I scroll through my Instagram feed and see others doing the same….
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