Wednesday, March 26, 2008

I've got one hand in my pocket and the other one is giving the peace sign

Photo: Don Decoud on Flickr

There is too much to write about and too much in my head. It's kept me from writing anything at all for the last few days. Sometimes it's hard to get it down and out. I told my best friend that I am happier than I have been in a long time and it's true, though I'm not exactly sure why...it might just be the feeling of really living. "It's all happening!"

There are these phosphorescent eyes that I keep looking into. Is that the right word to use? Phosphorescent? I think so- the light wavelengths and all that. I can see right through them and they scare me. They make me feel comfortable, and weak, and smart, and heard. I'm enjoying that, for once. Something is missing (or just misplaced) but I am happy. I can't wait for a slow month to let my life catch up again. The slow months are fewer and father between now. In these busy times, it becomes more and more important for me to take care of myself and keep myself grounded.

Some of the best suggestions come from fellow bloggers, I tell you. Keira and Phaedra have made what sounds like a phenomenal discovery: Radha Yoga and Eatery on Main Street. I followed the link from Keira's entry and was delighted to read that they even have classes that combine yoga and writing, to which you bring your journal along. That sounds like absolute perfection to me. I can't wait to check it out.

5 comments:

Keira-Anne said...

I wanted to check that out myself. I'm game if you're game. I think they'll have one of those Dream Yoga nights again in April.

Also, last night was the first time I'd ever incorporated chanting into my practice and I can't begin to tell you how powerful it is. It creates an unbelievable awareness.

Jennifer Stoddart said...

I'm totally game.

Raul said...

Ok, so I *might* decide to join in the yoga trend :) One of the hottest guys I've ever dated was into yoga (and man, was he ever flexible!) (ok, that was maybe not Safe For the Office)... ooops :)

Jennifer Stoddart said...

You should join, Raul! I know lots of guys who do yoga!

I'm serious about wanting to check out one of the classes with writing as well. I think it would be a very powerful experience.

Phaedra said...

The Hidden Language class is on Sat mornings. I will be going this upcoming Sat, so whomever would like to join, please do.