Yogi Bhajan always said that dawn is the best time to do sadhana, the daily practice of yoga and meditation.
At this time of the day the world is quiet. It is the ideal time to unload our subconscious and avoid letting past events, feelings or thoughts determine the day ahead of us, affecting our ability to live fully and in the present.
It is certainly true, that practising sadhana early in the morning is a unique experience. Perhaps because the protective influences and energy of the great and wise masters are more accessible at those times.
However, during holidays this isn’t always possible.
We have to accept that and relax and enjoy moments of sadhana at other times of the day. This break in routine is, after all, a necessary part of holidays!
And the change in schedule can actually be a good thing. It allows us to work on being flexible and our ability to adapt to change.
So we should be thankful and learn the lessons that this gives us. Take advantage of them to see how we react to change, in terms of concentration and energy.
The important thing is to continue practising.
But now that the holidays are over, we can be glad to return to routine, after all, we don’t know what we have until it is gone!
So enjoy this return to sweet routine!
As of the 14th of September, I will begin giving 2 classes a week again on Wednesdays, from from 10.00am to 11.30 am and from 5.30pm to 7.00pm.
It would be a pleasure to introduce you to Kundalini yoga, if you would like to discover this healing and powerful form of yoga.
So don’t hesitate to contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gabrielle – Puranshant Kaur
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