Take a moment to sit and notice the beauty around you. Take a deep breath. You can close the eyes or keep them open, whatever feels good for you. Notice the smells, notice the sounds. Take a few more deep breaths. Notice what the bench feels like underneath you. This is mindful presence, being here right now. Stay as long as you would like!
I am Ok!
A Labyrinth is a sacred space. A geometrical pattern used for a walking meditation. Walking the labyrinth quiets the mind, opens the heart and grounds. How to Walk the Labyrinth? - There is no right or wrong way to walk the labyrinth. We do offer a couple of suggestions to assist you on your labyrinth journey below. The labyrinth may be walked with others or alone. If you come to someone going the opposite direction, simply step off the path for a moment to allow the other to pass. Listen deeply to your feelings, and allow your body to guide you. Do so in any way that meets your needs while staying respectful to others. You enter the labyrinth and follow the path as it winds its way toward the center. You pause in the center as you like, then turn and exit the labyrinth going the opposite direction.
Listening to the whispers...
Warrior poses are a strong and steady pose. Hold with determination and integrity."Being a warrior has nothing to do with waging war. Being a warrior means you have the courage to know who you are . Warriors never give up on anyone, including themselves." From Sacred World, by Jeremy and Karen Hayward