The time is now, and that is the very best time



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Winter is approaching in the Southern Hemisphere, the past few days brought rain, mist and cold.  With the coming of winter comes the opportunity to do more active postures, jumping’s and arm balances that are difficult during the heat of the summer months.

Just as we change our practice to be in tune with the seasons, so we change our day to day routine to accommodate the weather almost unconsciously.   There is a need to reflect on the past year and make adjustments if necessary.

Even though we take time to reflect on the weather and the seasons the past and the future, take time to be in this moment right here right now.

When asking my partner: What is the time, this is the response I received from him:

The time is now …

And that is the very best time.



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