What a beautifully written, humorous, and humble post! Love it :-)
I second what Bob said :-)
Real, honest, open and out there! That's beautiful, and that's finding LOVE!
What a beautiful article, I HEART you Marylee :-) I love seeing children learning about yoga and being exposed to the heart and mind philosophies of what it teaches. So enjoyed reading everyone's comments, too. Great stuff!
Whew! Way to get my adrenaline going this morning! My favorite part of your post is this paragraph:
"The four reminders expose the bone-jarring experience of our daily life, which we usually try to pad with material comfort. They lead us away from our preoccupation with avoiding pain and seeking gain, and guide us toward seeing the true nature of our mind and our world. Then, having glimpsed things as they are, we are inspired to devote ourselves to benefiting others."
It's all right there. Thanks for sharing Waylon :-)
Great article, very well written and informative! With the coverage that "No Om" Yoga is getting, I think it's important to explain to others its origination and its integral place in the tradition. Thank you for doing that!
Yes Kris! It seems to be a running favorite...that's my goal, to evoke these kinds of feelings. Yea for believing in yourself!!! Keep it up, and I'll do the same :-)
It's very true Vanessa! I love the Japan memories! They all came flooding back as I read your comment. Yahiko Mountain was one of my favorites!!!
You know, I love listening to this on the Internet as well as in the house :-) Your new bass is awesome and I love how you integrate with the modular. Very cool!