This weeks yoga practice invited you to strengthen your core with a powerful, but simple Kyria called ‘Nahbi’.
We gathered and shared our thoughts on ever changing times, and the quest to return back to the ‘Norm’; which for some are now calling it the ‘New norm’.
In reality it isn’t possible to go back to the way things were, at all.
However there is a subtle force trying to move us all into an entanglement of going back to work, working from home, paying your bills, making purchases and generally going about your daily business.
You recognise things have changed when you try to set up a standing order, direct debit or make a payment online and things do not go to plan; so you have to call the bank and after more than 20 minutes, a recorded message says…
‘Due to the Corona Virus, your call cannot be accepted’. Shopping, due to the Corona Virus, there are no deliveries, or deliveries are running late, stocks are running low.
But again, in reality bills need to be payed…purchases need to be made how? When nobody is at the end of the phone line.
Almost everything is automated to no one at the end of the line…Taking cash payments is questionable…but money is still money.
Has we move forward into a zone…of ‘trying to get on’ we maybe faced with more challenging times, to complete simple daily chores, tasks and going about are working day.
Nahbi, is our core our centre of energy, our flow of Prana, life force.
I encourage you to create a new path, with choice, your choice to make decisions and actions that you can manage.
This will help maintain your Mental Health and Well-being, setting healthy boundaries to possibilities that you can see in the horizon.
Nahbi Kriya strengthens your core.
Giving power and strength to your digestive system and nervous system to help you eliminate waste effectively and redirect energy using the flow of movement and energy.
So here is food for thought Albert Einstein said…
Create your path, your journey your life, to ensure you are the best of you. Release what no longer serves you. Prepare your mind, body and soul to stand to the test of times to come.
Step Up…’Make your own Grass, Greener’