Friday, November 18, 2016
Discover your COURAGE
Theme: Discover Your Courage
Anecdote: In a Sioux Indian story about courage, the Great Creator gathers all living things together and presents them with a challenge. “I gave each of you courage,” the Creator says. “But it is something I want humans to work hard to discover. Where can I hide it?”
The eagle spoke. “I am not afraid to soar high into the sky. I will place it among the stars.” But the Creator said, “No. One day humans will fly into the skies and easily find this.”
The dolphin said, “I am not afraid to dive deep into the ocean. I will deposit it on the ocean floor.” But the Creator said, “No. One day humans will go far below the surface of the ocean and find it.”
Then a tiny gnat spoke up. “I cannot soar into the sky or dive deep into the ocean or dig into the ground. Even so, I have courage. Why not place it inside of humans? Then it will be up to them to discover it themselves.” And so it was.
Until you discover your courage, you will not be able to see how high you can soar and all of the things that you can accomplish.
I will seek the courage within me and use it to guide me in all that I do.
“Courage is only an accumulation of small steps.”
Heart quality: courage
UPA: muscle energy to the midline
Apex: warrior 1
L - tree L
L- tree- eagle- L
L twist - half moon
W2- mod. Parsvak- rev w
Utkanana twist - L twist- anjaneyasana twist- add quad stretch
Eagle- Standing split - handstand hops
Low lunge quad
Active pigeon Cow face
L- tree- eagle- w1
Janusirsasana twist STRAP
Have questions a my short hand? Just ask. These are just my quick notes some students have been requesting I post.
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