Don’t let this mini practice deceive you.
I would like you to see that in just 4 minutes you can be inspired to do a “yoga short asana practice”
It actually took more than an hour, although only 4 minutes is seen here.
It started with silent meditational bare-foot walk down to the beach, focusing on the breath and the sounds of nature.
Then came the small focus on asana (posture) meditation before finishing with standing ujjayi breathing.
I always try to finish with a focus on gratitude, whether prayer, meditation or contemplation. Being thankful is a great way to see the positives in life (even when it seems there are few).
Too often we think that yoga is just something to be done “on the mat” but in fact true yoga is a lifelong path of constant non-judgemental correction to improve our daily lives from moment to moment.
Gathering and releasing thoughts, letting go of the impulse patterns that no longer serve , is a great way to start the day .
No input from any outside source other than what nature can give to you.
Giving your “watcher within” the opportunity to be heard.
What a blessing.