Today is the first day of winter for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, making it the shortest day and the longest night of the year. It's a great time to allow for some stillness and silence, and check in with yourself to consider what you need to shed and what needs to blossom.
The following is a Zen poem that feels appropriate for this time of year:
Chasing after the world
Allowing it all to come to me
Cultivate what you want more of in your life by creating space. Take a few moments to be still and contemplate the things that filled you up this year.
What were some meaningful moments?
What enriched your life?
On a scale of 1 to 10, how aligned do you feel with your best self?
If your answer was anything less than 10, join me for a Restorative Yoga and Journaling experience on Sunday, January 2 online via Zoom to start 2022 with intention. During this 75-minute workshop, you'll have the opportunity to reflect on 2021, and release any negative energy you're holding in your body, so you can move into 2022 with intention. This style of yoga is suitable for all levels, and will help you release, relax and restore! Register now for $25. If you can't attend live, you'll receive a link to the recording after the event. May your holidays be merry and bright!