~ Good morning Beautiful ~
Some mornings I spend a couple of hours with recordings from my teacher -- laced with sanskrit, puja (purification ceremony), and the wisdom of India. But this morning was different -- and it's important that I let it be.....
It's been quiet at my house. Not because there isn't a lot to be done and that awaits my attention, but because the season is begging me to quiet the space between my ears and in my body. My yoga practice has been gentle. I've taken a lot of baths (and even got myself some lavender bubble bath because my Epsom salts, although wonderful, are a little too "adult" for me these days).
I pretty much always rise well before the sun. It's the way I deepen into my heart and set an energetic foundation for my day. It's also important to me because when my husband rouses he usually has a million things to share that have happened in the night and I want to be ready for him. Early quiet time helps me empty my own vessel for the day so I can receive whatever longs to move through me.
This morning, I found myself using my early morning time to listen to a beautiful hour long talk on self-care by a friend I met some years ago while we were both taking some time away from the US and living in Bali. During her talk, she introduced me to this amazing song -- and because it seems so true and fitting for these days of my life, I thought I'd share....
Enjoy Beautiful... and remember, if you get goosebumps... it's probably the real deal.
Sweet Day to you ~