Weekly Words 12.21.19
“Time unfolds in light. In the morning, light clears all the outside darkness and the shape of each thing emerges in the brightened emptiness. Light identifies itself completely with the voyage of a day; its transparency puts the day out in the open. There is nowhere for a day to hide; it is exposed every minute to the revelations of light. Perhaps this is why twilight appears gracious; when light abandons the day, it does not believe that it will ever return and consequently permits itself an extravagant valediction in a huge ritual of color. The silence of twilight is striking because the flourish of the coloring has the grandeur of music.”
― John O'Donohue,
As we celebrate the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year,
we are reminded that the light is returning.
Homework: Consider how you are continually expanding into your Orange Zone! Continue to give focused attention to the Sternum, both in your yoga practice and as you move through your daily lives.
Stretch and breathe taller and wider into your POSSIBILITY!
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