Musings There is a farmer who wakes up one morning, and finds 3 wild horses have wondered into his corral. His neighbours say, “Oh, what good news.” He says, “Well, good news, bad news, who knows.” His son, who is a robust young man, tries to tame the horses, but is thrown from one of them and breaks his leg. His neighbours say, “What terrible fortune.” He says, “Well, good news, bad news, who knows.” A little later, the army comes through, conscripting young men for a big
In Praise of Bees The story below is so touching that I am drawn to share it. The universal message of kindness and community is where it's at! May you be surrounded by love and care - always. Jai Bhagwan "My dad has bees. Today I went to his house and he showed me all of the honey he had gotten from the hives. He took the lid off of a 5-gallon bucket full of honey and on top of the honey there were 3 little bees, struggling. They were covered in sticky honey and drowning. I
The perfect and complex network I call my body is in a constant craving for both rest and effort. On my yoga mat, I am keenly aware of this. When I remain in one posture for too long, my internal guidance system offers up a myriad of signals to help create a shift.
However, the mind, along with years of learned and inherited behaviours, can easily short circuit this perfectly created feedback loop. So, being as observant as possible, I consciously shift