Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or Christmas—all the same? There are others, but regardless of the holiday you embrace, why not let the Spirit of the holiday season come through? The form they take is unique, and the way we celebrate (or not) is personal, but the essence is the same. The world is full of differences that, by design, promote separation. To see the sameness in it all is a wonderfully liberating practice. Yoga Joins.
Holidays present opportunities to practice by repurposing the things that seem to take our peace away. Purpose is everything, and it’s not something we can find in the world or the people, places, and things around us. Purpose is given. It is the prayer of the heart. If we look deep enough, and this is what a yoga practice is for, we’ll see that we have the ability and power to see through the lens of unifying love in all we do.
No matter what you do, no matter how busy you get, let this be a gentle reminder that you can be still and repurpose the moment, even the most stressful of moments. Peace is found Now, not at some hopeful distant time in the future. You know the feeling and the joy that comes when giving a gift. It’s the same feeling of giving and receiving that we cultivate in our Avita Yoga practice.
‘Tis the “season of giving.”
Give yourself a moment right Now…
Remember the felt experience of joy that comes with wholly giving…
There’s no better way to step into the healing power of Now than to experience this inner gift.
Give only love.
Let the form it takes be an outer gesture of the lasting love behind it. It is the most healing thing we “do” because giving is receiving. And when we truly heal for ourselves, we heal for all. Such is the nature of the loving oneness we share in Spirit. This holiday season, let the love come through, to you, in all you do. Give only love.