“Only to the extent that we expose ourselves over and over to annihilation can that which is indestructible in us be found.”
The leaves are beginning to turn, a final blaze of color to close out another year of growth. Fall is a time for letting go of old clothes, old habits, old ways of being. Echoing Pema’s quote, each and every time we turn to face our fears is an opportunity to shed them. To also quote my teacher, Jennifer Prugh, we continue to “die to our perceptions, over and over” until we reach the eternal, indestructible Truth.
This month we will explore the themes of letting go and riding the waves of change. What does your world look like when experienced upside down? Do you resist flipping your perspective? Why is that, and is it True?
See you on the mat!