Curiosity is flowing into my spirit without effort, without strain, without hesitation to halt. The more I learn about this endearing, almost mystical way of life - yogic life - the more I desire to align my energy, both intentionally and unintentionally with this divine power that I am coming to appreciate and recognize, and furthermore long to become better acquainted with.
I know I am where I am meant to be. I know my life has been setting me up for this phase of liberation. It may not happen, to any extent, any time soon, but I do feel as though the prospect is visible in the horizon. I have work to do. Deep, internal work; I feel prepared for that - ready. I don't feel as alone now. I feel as though I am now on divinity's radar. By divinity I refer to my own intrinsic sense of a higher power. A higher power whose energy flows through me, giving me life.
I vow to move forward with a greater desire to practice stillness, ease, kindness and love. I desire to improve my person by striving to uncover my individual truth. I want to experience contentment in my everyday endeavours. I want to experience contentment being me, as is, now.
I am so incredibly grateful for the opportunity to take my training with such a beautiful and insightful group of beings. I am thrilled and appreciative to be learning from yogic practitioners as knowledgeable, compassionate and dedicated as Jai and Aman - I feel blessed to receive their time and attention.
Additionally I am thankful for Jai, Aman and the groups recognition that, "the more I know, the less I know." To be honest this couldn't feel more true for myself - the more I learn about this enlightened path, the more I realize I know very little. What's beautiful though, is my ability to now accept that I know very little, and that is ok.
The honest learnings and raw reflections of my practice and my life. Unedited.