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Hello there :) 
   
  How are you?
  This week seems to have flown by!

Visiting family has given many opportunities for having fun and learning this week...  always learning!

   I have been giving lots of thought to how we communicate.

Do we really know what we are saying most of the time?! Do we truly think about how our words effect others before we speak? It seems our speech can tell us very much about who we are and how we want others to see us... I think a blog post or video on the Buddhist practice of Mindful Speaking will come quite soon! 

   So for today's FREE Friday session- I wanted to share another Mantra fro. This one is a simple, traditional Shiva Mantra that you can try to sing along with at home, or play behind your yoga practice or other meditative art. 

  Shiva mantras are supposed to be good at helping us to let go of things that no longer serve us- habits, thought patterns, even un-beneficial possesions or relationships. So you can practice this with an open heart and an intention release anything that doesn't work for your highest good.

  Here is to lightening up a little and getting back in touch with what is real. 

  Mantra  Video Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuFvt5HAcyg

or Full Kirtan Album Here:
https://sachaheath.bandcamp.com/releases

      Big love and gratitude        :) s

www.YogaWithSacha.com

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