*sigh... I'm closing in on my last week of guided sadhana with Zac and 15 other yogis at 7 Centers Yoga Arts Academy.
I've spent this day catching up on a little sleep (slept in until 9), yoga with Nathan at Sedona Hot Yoga, and sharing love with others.... I've been so happy lately... it's hard to tell exactly which part of my life is providing it all... yoga... teaching... friends... new loves and lights in my life.
I feel blessed and grateful. A little tired ;) but still full of enthusiasm. I'm looking forward to February... to being a whole year younger/older in my life. To meditating on what that means exactly.
Everything is so temporary.... making every second of my days so sacred and special. The more I realize this as the truth, the more I somehow hold on tighter while still letting go... it's hard to explain... it's all so bittersweet.
Love is the essence of our life. I have written this blog with love, and I offer it to you, dear reader, with the hope that the suggestions offered here will become a vital part of your self-healing and continued well-being. ~ Ashley
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