Healing for Earth Day
As we watch how time moves swiftly, the events in the world continue to shift just as fast.
Earth Day approaches next week; for some it is “Good Friday”, the day Christ was crucified. Whatever this day means to you, is it not time to reflect on our lives and our world?
The other day I received a beautiful meditation video about how we can create shift through this very simple act, which can be accomplished so easily and on our own time. We cannot say that about a lot of things we do in our lives.
We are all able to meditate. It can be done at any time, night or day, and anywhere. You don't need to be sitting in a quiet space to accomplish this. You can accomplish meditation during a walk or run, while you're cooking, and even during the time you take to clean your home.
It really is just about making the choice to focus and “DO”. Not try, not attempt, but “DO”.
Every moment that you are able to focus on healing yourself within will enable you to heal those around you, which in turn will naturally heal our planet.
Earth Day. It is time to make a commitment to our well being.
Christina Souza Ma
What's Up at YogaHub
Thank you to our entire community for your continued support. We've heard from many who have been enjoying our extended access to the 2011 Virtual Conference, since we have made it more affordable with the new system and new pricing for individual session access.
To those of you who attended the conference, we hope that you are able to make the time to continue your education through our extension to the end of the year. But please don't hesitate or procrastinate, as time goes by so quickly and you need to be able to consume the information a step at a time. Listening to the information and repeating the sessions multiple times will help to solidify your knowledge, so give yourself plenty of time to do this in order to receive maximum benefit from our sessions.
“Creating the Peaceable Classroom” A 21st Century Wellness Guide for Teachers, Students, and Parents, by Sandy Bothmer.
This long overdue guide has finally arrived and we would like to congratulate Sandy on her wonderful accomplishment. The book is beautifully laid out and illustrated. There is a simplicity in its approach towards supporting the professional or parent, and how working with children can benefit us as adults or caregivers.
The Techniques and diagrams are very clear and easy to follow, whether in a classroom or in your home environment.
Thank you Sandy for guiding us through the care and understanding of the next generation.