Embracing Wisdom

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Practice

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I have come to learn that a practice can look like many things, not exclusive to Yoga postures, meditation or pranayama.  Rather, the practice can be in the form of steeping the first cup of tea, walking in the morning, preparing a wholesome meal or petting your furry friend.  Really a practice is anything that has the potential to become a mindful habit.

For me, I begin each day with a walk regardless of weather or commitments.  I choose to make the time to connect with nature and myself.  During the seasonal changes I find I am in most awe of my surroundings.  Witnessing the budding of leaves and the bright specks of color dabbled in a field is magnificent to the eye.  Each day that I mind fully walk there is more and more aliveness and more reminders of the moment.  This is practice.

How do you practice each day?

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Author: embracingspirit

I am a yogi, mom, advocate, optimist, dog walker, and lover of trees. While I am raising a girl with autism and two typical boys, I am on a journey of self-discovery. I share Yoga with people living with traumatic brain injuries and other disabilities.

One thought on “Practice

  1. I like this kind of practice! Since I work such irregular hours it’s a bit hard to do something as regular as this, but I take pictures of nature and my surroundings on a regular basis no matter the weather on my way to work, Uni, or days off and I love it. I guess nature is a thing I am most grateful for!

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