Posts Tagged "stillness"

Your Practice is Calling

Posted by on Mar 20, 2020 in home practice, yoga philosophy | 1 comment

Your Practice is Calling… (Expanded and adapted from recent CCY instagram posts) Slowing down is a practice. Slowing down is a function of presence rather than time. Slowing down is not something our society is accustomed to, and… we are being invited in this moment to slow down. How is it for you these days? Do you feel the anxiety of setting down the busy-ness? Do you feel the frenzy all around you of online activity? Is it possible to step away from all of that and sit for a moment in the stillness? In the yoga world this week, I have noticed a frenzy as studios and teachers rush to...

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An Equinoctial Wandering, by Molly Dahl

Posted by on Mar 19, 2020 in misc content, poetry | 1 comment

Equinox = Equal length of night and day Balance Of dark Of light. The cyclical rhythm of The dance, The celestial equator Intersecting with the great galactic ellipse. Honor the dark Be in her home, quiet and still. Rejoice in the light Expanding in her growth, in her life. The balance of your own dark beauty, Your own radiant light. The cycles and revolutions of time Forever changing Forever fluid The counterbalancing act Of every six moons that pass, We move with her, in our own wheel Of harmonizing effort and grace. Now we walk in light, Powerful and radiant, Expanding and growing,...

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