In a previous post I spoke of Pantanjali’s Yoga Sutras. The sutras outline various challenges and aspects we face in life and/or the yogic path.
Sustained Effort + Time = STRONG FOUNDATION
The foundation to meeting any goal is effort. However, it is important to feel positive throughout the process-whatever you are about to undertake. The more positive we feel about the process; the more we will enjoy the learning process. No matter how painful and tiring it may be.
Continuing with no interruption refers to the commitment you have made and sticking to it. Eating Raw, Yoga Practice, an Instrument, anything. No endeavor which promises or gives instant gratification will last.
1.14 sa tu dirgha-kala-nairantarya-satkara-adara-asevito drdha-bhumih to acheive a strong foundation in our practice over a long time, without interuption, believing in it and looking forward to it, with an attitude of service.
Take it easy on yourself. Slow and steady! This is your time to spend the energy on manifestation!
The “Green” Burrito
This wonderful green “burrito” was my dinner last night. I packed it with spinach, mixed baby green salad, tomatoes, cucumbers, raw sesame seeds, avocado, a splash of olive oil, a splash of bragg and a splash of sesame oil.
The collards last night were so large I just had to use them as a “wrap”!!!
Check out this leaf…
Thank you for reading.
Love and Light!
READERS NOTE: (Haven’t done this in a while! I love to read and research! I am passing along some information I find throughout the day! )
An interesting story at the NY Times Online about Kombucha – you can check out the article here! I am happy to see it getting some coverage. Good or Bad. I love KOMBUCHA!!! Anyone else out there like it? What is your favorite flavor? Any feed back?
Did the recent KOMBUCHA recall effect you?
This was a funny story… Forget vegan, he’s a “hegan”