“Forget what others think of you, forget the future goal of achievement; arrive instead in this body/mind, attending to this present moment. This is the whole of practice.”.
Greetings Dear Yoga Students,
How often do we perform tasks, try to achieve or be something special in order to receive praise, boost our ego or stand out among our people? We must remember that the intention of showing up, doing our best and allowing spirit to work through us is all we need to do. Being humble is not a sign of weakness, it is really a sign of great strength, stability and courage. Humility is to except the divine plan for your life, which is simply to open up to your unique gifts and use them to enrich those who cross your path in your unique situations.
Seek not to be commended in a worldly way but try to find that beautiful flow of muditha. Muditha is achieved by doing what you love to do in your unique humble way and in the doing you naturally spread peace, love and joy to others creating an energy that flows right back to you and ultimately becomes reward enough. Feeling good by doing good in the present moment. Forget what others think, focus instead on arriving where you are in the flow of your life. This is your work, this is the whole purpose of practice: to arrive, simply to arrive here and now….
Classes this Week
No Class Monday Evening in honor of Labor Day
(Also in honor of my vacation because my house is still rocking like the big ship I was on all week, i should get me land legs back soon…)
Tuesday Morning 930am with Meditation
Thursday Evening at 730pm
Friday Morning Healing Yoga at 930am
(Please reserve your spot or cancel if your plans have changed)
Yoga Paddle – September 15th
with Live Music by ShaktiPath September 22nd
at Setauket Tennis and Fitness 3-5pm $25 with all proceeds going to the Michael J. Fox Foundation. Call 751-6767 to register.
Yoga Friends Full-Moon Camp Out September 28th at Cedar Point in East Hampton. All are welcome. Contact me for details.
I’ve missed you all, hope to see you soon…