Serenity Now Yoga
I will share the meditations that are calling me now to spend time with... it will flow weekly and repeat monthly... a balance of forms of connection and healing. You are welcome to join me live either in studio (after yoga) or via Zoom video platform. We begin with a brief check in and then practice together. There will be time for questions and sharing as well. In person donations are appreciated. If you would like to attend via zoom I ask for a $20 fee that gives access to all meditations for one month. This can be paid via my webstore or e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org See below for Zoom link...
Week One - Sitting in Stillness
You will be guided through this practice. Sitting in the silence is so important. It sounds easy, but if you have never tried to do it then you might find that your mind is a very busy, noisy place to be in. With practice and relaxation, however, it can become a powerful state of peace which can be your centre of control.
Week Two - Forgiveness
Past pain, blame, and shame imprison us, while forgiveness releases their hold, freeing us to love and receive again. In this practice you start by finding forgiveness for yourself, because it is when we can forgive ourselves that we can forgive others.
I would like to offer this audio recording as free gift during these difficult times.
This is the spider journey from Nicki Scully's book, Power Animal Meditations.
Awe/Weaving the Creation
Spider teaches us how to endure within our present reality while at the same time comprehending our individual relationship to creation in its entirety - her web is a metaphor for the thoughts that express our inner landscape.
We all spin webs of energy that we project into the world in all directions and through all dimensions. Like the threads spun from the substance of spiders own body, each of our energy waves carries our unique vibration or signature. These patterns are a composite of everything we are and know and have touched.
Spiders communicate with one another by plucking on different strands of their webs, which sets up vibrations that are seen, felt, and heard throughout the universe. The slightest vibration registers across the web. All this information is shared - endlessly.
Spider knows how to walk her own web - which threads to grasp, and which to avoid. Spider does not place sticky threads at the centre of her web, for that is the centre of her self. Some of our thoughts are sticky also, and they can entangle us in the way that Spider's sticky threads ensnare her prey. By example, Spider teaches us about discernment - she helps us know which thoughts to hand on to and which to pass by.
You can always call on Spider for clarity of vision when you feel caught in the threads of your mind.