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We were taken to Antonio's boat for our Vision Exercise. An ideal location to see yourself in the future ... In detail. After a relaxing afternoon we went to the Lighthouse which is the closest point on the Canary Islands to Africa. The narrow winding road, the wicked wind and the view were intensely ...
... keen to take a crow's fly route and although I doubted her choice - we did it. Along the way we discussed beliefs, religion, family, memories and much more. The flowers I collected and pressed into my journal represent for me the covent's paths I mindfully walked. A moment in time when the barriers were no longer present. I found and made my paths ... A satisfying ...
Every morning. Yoga. Salute to the sun is easy when you are outside and the sun is warm! Breathing deeply each day. Stretching further than usual each day. Being aware of your body each day. Why don't i do this each and every day in toronto! Post-India ... I did. Post-India 2 years and I am not as regular. This week every morning and every day I feel energized. Dear Janet Joy, Do yoga every morning, Signed, ...
... powerful emotion. I have made choices that frightened me but I have never regretted any of those decisions. I 'kick myself' when I don't step up and into that fear zone because the opportunity is fleeting. What's the phrase, feel the fear and do it anyway? If the sand can travel here so I can land here in a new place and become a part of a different ...
... it was, coming here from Copenhagen! Not just the terrain, language, culture and climate, but everything seems so inexpensive here. Food and drink cost a fraction of what I was spending in northern Europe. Speaking of food, I enjoyed one of the local specialties called “wrinkly potatoes” – papas arrugadas are served with mojo, a sauce made from pureed garlic, oil and vinegar, sometimes with cheese, orange, avocado, paprika ...