Friday, December 11, 2015
Forgiveness = Freedom
Theme: experience the freedom that comes with forgiveness
Anecdote: the new moon
As we move into a new pulsation with the new moon, it is important to look ahead instead of looking back. Resentments toward others and ourself can keep us weighted down and stuck in the past. Cultivating forgiveness is freeing! Take a deep breath and allow the goodness and love to expand inside of you and to penetrate into your soul as a result of forgiving and letting go. Honor that today is the first day of the rest of your life. How do you want to live it? Have the strength (Shins in) to let go of the old and to welcome the new (thighs out).
UPA: shins in thighs out
Heart quality: forgiveness + freedom
Quotes: forgiveness is the attribute of the strong. - Mahatma Gandhi
I forgive, heal and release everything that consciously or unconsciously could delay or block the complete evolution of my being. - Mario Liani
Props: block, strap
Table shalabasana bum work (extend leg to back of room: flex and extend leg. Move knew toward same side wall keep knee flexed: abduct and adduct thigh. with thigh abducted: flex and extend leg toward side wall)
AMS - Lunge
Tadasana manual SITO with block around shins and strap around thighs - sun 3x
Uttasasana manual sito with hands
L hand on outer front shin pressing in
Hrl twist - scandasana
Prasarita padottanasana hands interlaced sito arms
Table sito - pigeon very short back knee almost touching front ankle sito- move back knee further back for deeper pigeon
Ardha chandrasana- Standing pigeon manual thighs out with hands to inner thighs - Eagle
Parsvak ultimate freedom asist (one person in parsva the partner stabilizes back foot with there foot buts a hand to their outer shin pressing "in" and then their other hand/forearm to the yogis back inner thigh pressing "out" the out is most important because it lets yogi feel stable. An additional assist is to move lower hand off shin and onto hip to root down with organic energy while yogi scopes tail bone and extend out)
Double pigeon hands press into feet (shins in) to give resistance to broaden thighs out
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