I don’t know how you guys may feel about smokin some bhudda but thanks to some trees I was able to get back into my yoga groove. Legit since I started working full time I hadn’t had the energy to do it myself. But the other day I reconnected with an old friend of mine named Ashley and she wanted me to show her some moves. So we bought a bottle of wine, bought a dub from one of my favorite sellers and made some awesome chai citrus tea. Drove ourselves to the beach and yo when i tell you I was zoned out in the vibrations, I was GONE. All those old stretches that hurt like hell after you’ve been out of practice felt like a grace pulling out all the negative energy thats been piling into me.
bud, tea, wine, and yoga. Necessities of life.
But i still won’t have time everyday to do this though. At least on my day offs I can :)
Guanyin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion
Those suffering or in great need call on Guanyin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion, for help. “Guanyin” means “listening to the cries of the world.” She sees all and answers all who call upon her, and she is therefore often depicted with many eyes and arms. Her peaceful expression is said to inspire calm. This contemporary image of Guanyin is based on a photo taken in the Asian Galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The artists, Mike + Doug Starn, employed the use of a specialized camera and a unique carbon printing process to create the artwork. (tricycle.com)
I may not have that many followers yet but Im still grateful for the ones that chose to follow me! But I want everyone to remember that I’m trying t make this a submit blog of experiences shared. So i want to hear about your experiences and how yoga helped to cultivate those experiences! Or how yoga has changed your way of thinking or living. I want to hear from people that are growing internally and spiritually. :) So please, send me a story! Or ask me a question! This blog isn’t just for me! :)