"When we are one within and with the environment We act with integrity and awareness.
All these natural disasters serve as a reality check, and as an alarm that our lifestyle and our needs as a society is creating separation. As yogis we have the potential to learn to live in a conscious way, and inspire others to do the same. We are taught to honor Mother Earth and all it’s species, we embody them in our asanas. Asana names are like living memorials of plants, animals, gods and sages. When we practice we are reminded of their power, we become unified with the spirit of whatever the asana is. We therefore feel compelled to support and hold sacred the earth and it’s rhythms, to live, as much as possible, in harmony with her. Natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Maria, strip the earth of it’s natural habitat. This is a byproduct of ahimsic practices. We have violated the earth, stolen from her, been unlawful to her and so she is warning us..." a read from this weekend's discussion at the 'practice &kitchari' event. -
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