Happy New Year!
I want to wish you a happy new year full of love, meaningful experiences, good health, lots of joy and laughter!
I also want to thank you for allowing me to share my yoga experience with you, it is always a huge source of fulfilment for me to be able to that.
For me living a good life is really about making choices that will not later be regretted. This requires a continuous state of introspection, inquiry, humility and honesty. It also involves acting and interacting with kind and compassionate intentions. This is why I am usually not into new year resolutions or reflections. I try to live with them every day, every moment.
However, a new year can be a reminder that time is constantly moving forward and that a life well lived is really the best option we can choose. Things are changing all around us, all the time. Things keep transitioning within us on every level. How can we live in a way that maximizes our human potential for peace, wisdom, joy, contentment, love and happiness?
The yoga I practice and try my best to share with you is at its essence the art of living well. This is still a research in progress for me, I am sure that there are many things waiting to be discovered down the road. The human mind is simple on one hand and very complex on the other, it can be a source of suffering or a fountain of wisdom. There are different ways to walk the path, the good ones usually lead in the same direction.
Maybe 2023 will bring more clarity, or maybe not. It seems to me that the trick is to go on living, allowing for an unfolding of anything that can bring some light, cherishing the preciousness of life at every step of the way and not forgetting that a spiritual path is not a linear progression, there is no light at the end of a tunnel. Real happiness is available at any given moment waiting to be unveiled and fill the heart with joy. It is the journey into one's own heart.
Looking forward to sharing space, breath and yoga with you in 2023!
With love and gratitude
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