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Root First, then Integrate, then Expand

Building yoga postures can be very similar to growing fruits and vegetables. The preparatory stages of an asana are like a tomato seed living in an indoor seedling tray. 197 more words

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I'm an Ent not an ent wife.

For those not as deeply steeped in Tolkien as me that means I prefer wild nature to cultivated (which is perhaps why I like my semi wild allotment and the folks that share it so much.better than the regular kind). 104 more words


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Trelex, Switzerland

Its 6.20pm and I’m sitting beside Nina in her van, rounding the grassy corner into Trelex. The witches hat church spire peeping between the hills at a new arrival to the village.  257 more words


The farmed society

“making sense of human nature is anything but simple.
Human nature has been landscaped, replanted, weeded,
fertilized, fenced off, seeded, and irrigated as intensively as… 70 more words


Cultivated and Wild

I strongly recommend practicing postural yoga with a keen awareness and development of appropriate and proper alignment. Alignment may be practiced within the physical body itself to create balanced integration and expansion and thus to allow safe opening within the body. 148 more words

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