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🐾"Cats have it all - admiration, an endless sleep, and company only when they want it." ~Rod McKuen🐾
Hi @phantom_peacock. I’m thankful for you. You deal with all my craziness. You help me through all my worries. You support me when I’m at my wits end. You challenge me to expand my horizons. You push me to get out of my comfort zone. You show me I don’t have to be poised. You’ve proven silliness prevails over etiquette. But most of all, you’re just a down right great dad.. to Lily 😜
Moon in Sagittarius 🌝🖤♐ What the moon in Sagittarius means is an opportunity to attract exactly what we want for ourselves into 2018. Law of attraction comes in to play which is the principle held up by quantum physics that you attract what you are, what you believe in, and what you think about.
The new moon on Dec. 18 in Sagittarius is all about examining what it is we want more of in the next year of our lives. Being that it's the last new moon of 2017, it's especially powerful.
Think about 2017, What are the first things to come to mind? Do you remember what you loved? The moments you laughed, or the times you had meeting someone special who changed your life? Do you think about your career and everything that's happened for it? When you think about what you didn't like, do you focus on the negative, or do you think of everything you've learned from that experience?
Go through all of it, and remember what you loved about this past year. Celebrate your victories and even your losses.
On the night of the new moon, make yourself a list. Write down all those things you loved about the past year, and why you loved it. As you're thinking about it, remember it as best as you can. Practicing gratitude like this really sounds like mumbo jumbo, but it really does create an energy in you that propels you forward.
Practicing gratitude helps you to see what's going right in your life as opposed to what went "wrong," and allows you to view your life through a wider lens to help you realize nothing really can go wrong.
Grateful for the opportunity to expand my connections and experiences from coast to coast this year. I love you Halifax for your east coast beauty, your history/teachings and all the wonderful people You’ve introduced me to. Until next year. 😘💕
My teacher, @beckytheyogi , has by far been the most informative teacher I’ve ever had. 😌✨ She’s taught me things i never knew i could get to in my practice, in my own spiritual connection, and just in my life. 🙏🏼Choosing @infinityyogaatl for my #ytt was the best decision I’ve made. ✨ i love all the teachers I’ve taken classes from and learned from. Not one weekend did i ever going home defeated or upset. Now it’s down to the grind with my 60 minute class and exam. 🙏🏼 I’m forever thankful. #yogateachertraining#200ryt#infinityyogaatl#namaste#mindbodysoul#yogaeverydamnday
Vrikshasana or Tree Pose
Vriksha - Tree; Asana - Posture or Pose
The asana is pronounced as VRIK-shAH-sana
This posture replicates the graceful, steady stance of a tree. Unlike most yoga poses, the Tree Pose requires keeping our eyes open in order to maintain body balance.
How to do the Tree Pose (Vrikshasana)
- Stand tall and straight with arms by the side of your body. - Bend your right knee and place the right foot high up on your left thigh. The sole of the foot should be placed flat and firmly near the root of the thigh. - Make sure that your left leg is straight. Find your balance. - Once you are well balanced, take a deep breath in, gracefully raise your arms over your head from the side, and bring your palms together in ‘Namaste’ mudra (hands-folded position). - Look straight ahead in front of you, at a distant object. A steady gaze helps maintain a steady balance. - Ensure that your spine is straight. Your entire body should be taut, like a stretched elastic band. Keep taking in long deep breaths. With each exhalation, relax the body more and more. Just be with the body and the breath with a gentle smile on your face. - With slow exhalation, gently bring down your hands from the sides. You may gently release the right leg.
Stand tall and straight as you did at the beginning of the posture. Repeat this pose with the left leg off the ground on the right thigh.
Benefits of the Vrikshasana / Tree Pose
- This pose leaves you in a state of rejuvenation. It stretches the legs, back and arms, and invigorates you. - It brings balance and equilibrium to your mind.
It helps improve concentration. - This posture has been found to relieve some cases of sciatica. - It makes the legs strong, improves balance, and opens the hips.
Contraindications of the Tree Pose (Vrikshasana)
- Avoid doing this posture if you are suffering from migraine, insomnia, low or high blood pressure (those with high blood pressure may do this pose but without raising their hands overhead, as this may further raise their blood pressure). #yoga#treepose#vrikshasana#yogi#namaste#concentration#standingtall#goa#travel#beachyoga#beach#fitness#agondabeach#yogapants
"The difference between who you are and who you want to be, is what you do. The time will pass anyway. You can either spend it creating the life you want or spend it living the life you don't want. The choice is yours." #riskhappy