Another post class souper supper shot!
Freshly made jam and @marie_tholstrup_greve on her way in to visit, rye bread in hand. Damson and rye -what a combo
Karma yogis and the damson jam they made to have with porridge. Good to have you here, Franka and Jude
Love the Wednesday morning group at the Barefoot Barn, Chagford
Post Nidra souper soup. Nice evening here
At this time of possibly resolutions I Opened this at the section ‘there is no spiritual failure’ where Arjuna asks about the fate of a person who begins the path of yoga with faith but loses determination...lost like a fragment of cloud that evaporates’. A person of faith is not lost in this world or the next’ a really lovely heart-filled, subtle and intelligent translation and commentary by Ranchor Prime who I had the good fortune to hear teach earlier this month.
Planting a grove of Rowan on the winter Solstice
Super frosty and pink this morning at VG. After a quick daily walk of the land and to fetch logs for the wood burner back to curling up with some reading. Solstice, staying still vibe here.
And this variety is being used for juice in a cleanse.
Last few of this variety out of storage. Wrinkled and chewy and sweet. Yum.
When days were scorching and flowers were abundant. No snow in Devon here this week at all though I can see it on Dartmoor and exmoor from afar. Loads of wind and rain instead and smoke down the chimney!
Studio ready for Friday Night Nidra with a theme of light in the dark. Next Nidra is for the solstice on 21st December. Om!
With my daughter we planted a birch grove for my mum’s ashes. More trees!
Walking this morning before long drive to London. Thinking through tonight’s Nidra at ligh yoga space
Hedgerow planting. Beautiful inter generational job done!
It’s tea time!