I’ve been on the road for over a month now and I’m excited to get back to teaching at Semperviva tomorrow. As my trip and the Easter weekend draw to a close I find the word “resurrection” playing on my mind.
”Coming back to life.”
Cambrige English Dictionary definition:
”The act of bringing something that had disappeared or ended back into use or existence.”
WHAT FORGOTTEN ASPECTS OF YOU NEED RESURRECTING?
There are things you once promised yourself you would do that have been left undone. What happened to your creative side? What happened to the adventurer in you? Stepping away from your day to day routine gives you greater perspective and clarity on your life. It’s one of the greatest gifts of travel.
But this clarity is just as available to you through your practice of yoga and meditation. You don’t have to travel any farther than your yoga mat to increase your self-awareness and become a keen observer of your actions, and understand the results of those actions.
I watched a comedy the other night that ironically left me feeling quite sad. The movie was fantastic but it touched on the heartache of dealing with aging parents, children leaving home, and the precariousness of intimate relationships. It stirred up a lot emotionally! Time is fleeting and the important relationships in your life need nurturing, as does the relationship with yourself.
What aspects of yourself have you let die? Being fully alive means resurrecting those lost parts of you.
Thankfully, spring equinox signals a time of new beginnings. There is no need to dwell on what hasn’t worked out. Being that keen observer of your life and actions, recognize what has been neglected and choose the actions that will get you closer to who you want to be.
Its up to you to DO something.
If you’re feeling inspired, you can check out my online Kundalini Teacher Training and Immersion starting Spring 2016.