I’m a cheeky lion. A proud, impulsive, angry, savage and competitive animal. Tame me. Tame me because I’m a wild beast. I mark my territory and guard it. When someone comes to close, I attack. When something scares me, I attack. I roar. I bite. I tear with my claws. It is my instinct, my raw nature.
The first month of my Svathisthana tapas. I spend mostly on the beaches traveling between Sydney and Cairns. I must say I’m impressed with their beauty. I really love Sydney where the big city is meeting a beautiful sunny beach and somehow those two world are existing interspersing each other. For sure it is a place where I can live and enjoy the lifestyle. I also enjoyed the beauty and ease of Newcastle, vibrant energy of Byron Bay, magic of Whiteheaven Beach, length of the Gold Coast and elegant charm on Noosa. Besides the beach I camped mostly at the campgrounds next to rivers and visiting numerous waterfalls.
If you are planning to follow my blog for some period of time you might be interested in this post, because it will help you understand my yogic practice which I am currently doing. This practice will have a big impact on what I’m writing about and how.
What motivates me to write this article is being currently in a transformative process of reorganising my life. At this time I’m noticing and letting go of old patterns and conditioning. What was working yesterday, doesn’t want to work anymore. What I was used to is falling apart. In the same time the future is not revealed yet. It is very fogy. Hard to navigate and find direction. What to do now? Where to start?
This situation is related to the cycles of the Universe and happening not only to me. It is happening in the collective subconsciousness, that’s why so many of you can probably relate to what I’m writing here. This process is not easy. Many of us are felling disturbed, lost, even a bit hopeless. There is truly nothing to do. Just wait patiently for the switch in the collective mind. That’s why I choose this topic of surrender, as it is a great time to practice it. Continue reading “Surrender”