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Morning Ten Week 3: Flow with it :)

 




Hi lovely people :) 
How are you?
Welcome to week 3 of The Morning Ten- your invitation to practice 31 days of yoga (including meditation and mantras)... even if that simply means practising for just 10 minutes a day :) 

This week the invitation is to go with the flow :) To enjoy a balance of quick, supportive practices ranging from restorative yoga to self-inquiry meditation, and to carve out (if possible) a little bitof space to reflect upon what is flowing for you? 

What feels natural, nourishing and beneficial for you?
What does not feel in your flow right now?
Is there anywhere in your life that you are pushing or trying a little too hard?
Is there any more room to let go into flow?


For me I'm aiming to  keep simplifying things, and to surrender to the few essential important things that really fill my heart :) 

See below for this week's links and bottom of email for this week's mantra lovestream details...

Day 1: Restorative Yoga
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFbhU26B7Aw&list=PL_MFaFeDN8av7LRymvyzxZ80orspdvV2J&index=15&ab_channel=YogawithSacha
Day 2: Shiva Shambo Mantra
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDWC5RFU9_U&list=PL_MFaFeDN8av7LRymvyzxZ80orspdvV2J&index=16&ab_channel=YogawithSacha
Day 3: Simple Sun Salute Yoga
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXYu11wCZY8&list=PL_MFaFeDN8av7LRymvyzxZ80orspdvV2J&index=17&ab_channel=YogawithSacha
Day 4: Who Am I Meditation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kr8Ij_XRoIs&list=PL_MFaFeDN8av7LRymvyzxZ80orspdvV2J&index=18&ab_channel=YogawithSacha
Day 5: Yoga for Balance
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALl5pXGECIU&list=PL_MFaFeDN8av7LRymvyzxZ80orspdvV2J&index=19&ab_channel=YogawithSacha
Day 6: Gentle Sun Salutations (Including puppies!!)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf7BO4rQQa8&list=PL_MFaFeDN8av7LRymvyzxZ80orspdvV2J&index=20&ab_channel=YogawithSacha
Day 7: Flying Crow Flow
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJLf42od98M&list=PL_MFaFeDN8av7LRymvyzxZ80orspdvV2J&index=21&ab_channel=YogawithSacha

Bonus Practices:

If you wish you can expand your practice by adding either of the following suggestions: 

Calm abiding meditation:
You may also wish to deepen your Sadhana by doing a few mins a day of simple breathe awareness meditation: Sit upright, set a timer for between 2-5 mins, close your eyes and observe your breathing. When your mind wanders just gently bring it back to the breath. 

This Practice has sooo many benefits for the mind and nervous system

Hot water with Lemon:
You can end your session with a cup of hot water with some lemon squeezed in. It is a wonderful warming way to gently rehydrate and detoxify that has been used by yogis for millennia- if you have the time then you can read a few pages of an inspiring book, or just enjoy a quiet and mindful moment :) 

I hope you have a wonderful week.
Big love!

:) s
    ❤🕉️❤

PS: Mantra lovestream coming up  Sunday 17th Jan 11am UK time - message me for details :) 




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