Saturday, 31 December 2016

Happy New Year

Janus is the Roman god of beginnings and endings.  He is often depicted as having two faces one looking forward, the other looking back.  In yoga we endeavor to be in the present moment, neither fretting about the past nor worrying about the future.  This is something we have been working with over the last couple of weeks.  As we stand on the cusp of 2017, the slate is wiped clean.  We can leave behind our regrets, our mistakes and turn to the future. My grandmother was always really fearful as the New Year approached but this is almost a prayer for chaos. I know many people also feel apprehension as the old year leaves and a new one begins.  Instead why not project positive thoughts into 2017 where they will wait to manifest? What are your hopes and dreams for 2017?  Meditate on these and visualise them as coming true for you in the year to come. 

I hope that we can continue on our yoga journey together in 2017.

Happy New Year!

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