yoga: the art of transformation

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✨ We are always moving in one of two directions: growth or atrophy. When we live on cruise control for too long, we feel safe, but soon atrophy sets in. We feel stuck. Change can feel risky. But it’s more risky to stay the same.

Action is the best antidote. Breaking our comfortable routines – the routes we travel, the people and places we visit, the activities where we spend our time – is how we pivot from atrophy to growth.

“Try not to resist the changes that come your way. Instead let life live through you. And do not worry that your life is turning upside down. How do you know that the side you are used to is better than the one to come?” – Rumi

~In Jah Process~ Unfinished ~
🌟Honoring the divine feminine and the birth of source through our sacred vessel. A rebirth into the next state of being. Transforming into motherhood. I meditate. Holding my belly. Sending all my love to this being of light within me. The infinite circle of life. Growth and expansion. Creator experiencing itself through every facet of being. I connect to the Soul Star Chakra above, and feel its golden light encompass my aura. Inhale truth. Exhale essence. Sat Nam. Truth is our essence. Our identity. We are love in every form.🌟
~Acrylic on Canvas~
Hand Painted by Tori Bird Pope
as @jah-feel

While we are only really here for a moment, the lifetime we experience must present the lessons and experiences that will teach the Soul in the most effective and precise way possible. The spirit knows this even before it manifests itself into its human body after which it magnetically draws people and experiences to it in order to learn and pass the knowledge back to the Soul… ~Luce Cannon

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Indoor Voices (by flora-file)

I went with my wife to see the Yoga Exhibit at the SF Asian Art Museum yesterday. She’s a yoga teacher and I am a student. It is the first exhibit of its kind, and it shows the story of yoga through the ages by using some amazing statues, paintings, and other artifacts. There were no photos allowed in the Yoga exhibit, but I did manage to get a few photos of Buddha and friends elsewhere in the museum.