We are continually becoming/being who we actually are.
This is what I mean. I found an old ‘thumb’drive (remember those) and came across this passage I’d written from my yoga teacher training application back in 2007:
“I want to cultivate the kind of centeredness and stillness that will allow me to move through the world with grace and consciousness in a sometimes loud and unconscious world. I want to create space for others to recognize and appreciate the softer edges of yoga. I get it. For many folk, we enter this practice through the body-but that’s that- the entry point. There’s more to the practice than moving, though that’s a powerful place to start. I’m learning to trust stillness as powerful medicine. I want to know how to share that with others.”
I didn’t remember writing that.
Yet, I’m here.
Kneading my hard places- soft, leaning into stillness, trusting that rest is a part of every balanced equation and as essential as movement.
And I’m teaching just that at CHILLshop™.
Here I was thinking it was a new idea, I vision-ed up last year! And Ha!
It was written and dreamed long before that!