Hello, world! Spring is almost here! Time for rebirth, new plans and goals.
This post’s mere goal is to end the series about my returning to my yoga mat.
Well, my project didn’t go according to plan. It was not even near, but my goal was reached: I returned to my yoga mat and for me this is the most important thing.
My main goal is to establish an everyday practice and I am not there yet, but I am practicing again. Sometimes I pause, life comes in the way, laziness comes in the way, and as it happened recently, flu comes in the way.
This post would be totally useless, if I had to simply list the yoga sets I did for this period of time. In a two weeks time I only practiced three times – a hips class with Vytas Baskauskas, a 30-minute fun class with Rodney Yee and Mariel Hemingway plus the yoga part of Dance the Chakras (by Raviana), and a Budokon set (Flow and Flexibility). Not much for two weeks, ha?
First my kid went down with a stomach flu. Then we had a one-day trip. Then I was just lazy or cold, etc. Excuses, excuses, excuses. As you can see I am not yet a regular firm practitioner.
In a perfect world, I would be nearing the middle of my project, but we don’t live in a perfect world. It is fine. We live in a world that is what it is, and in a parallel one, based on our own perceptions and created through our manifestations. We are different and the things, we manifest, are different too.
I am not very brave or enduring and that is why I practice Kundalini yoga. To transform, reprogram and become stronger on all levels.
It could be said, that my project really started on day 15. I need to put a reminder here: my project is to return to a regular yoga practice and make it stronger than before.