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The Big Picture...

Hello lovely people,
How are you?

So... Another week on planet earth! 
 Another full palate of experiences for us all to dive in to and learn from :) 

This week I have observed the benefits that arise when I tune in to the big picture.

 I notice that when I get caught in the details and the nitty-gritty of things that sometimes things can feel a little tough... a little edgy.

But when I take a moment to breathe, to reflect, and to widen my focus to include the big picture that everything seems to find its place. That events feel softer, easier to flow with and ultimately it becomes easier to find my joy :) 

This week I would like to share with you a yoga, meditation and mantra calendar to encourage a feeling of expansion.  Including a brand NEW VIDEO: 'Who am I?' meditation practice.
Click on the links below:

Day 1: Who am I meditation (13 mins)
Day 2:  5 Tibetan Rites Yoga Practice (12 min)
Day 3: Yoga For Surrender (7 min)
Day 4: Shivohum Mantra (5 min)
Day 5: Yoga for Beginners: Hip Openers  (40 min)
Day 6: Locust Pose Yoga Sequence (10 mins) 
Day 7: Yoga For Inner Freedom 

I hope you take benefit from these sessions and that these practices help you to find a little expansion wherever you are and whatever is present for you. 

  :) s

 Mantra Lovestream Sun 15th Nov 11am UK time
email: for more details and/or session links
All welcome! Feel free to share  :) 

PPS. First part of my NEW 'Bed Yoga!' course available at my Patreon along with many other classes - always for the donation of your choice :) 

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