This was a song request for a wedding ceremony and is now one of my favourites. Here’s a snippet captured while I was sound checking last weekend in Kincumber, NSW.
Happy international yoga day! I’ve tried to write this little blurb a few times but it always seems to come out cheesey. So be it.
Practicing yoga has changed my life. It has given me a sense of peace in where I belong in this world. When my emotions and my my mind start to unravel, it puts everything into perspective and all the pieces seem to fit perfectly back together.
It has opened my mind in ways I never knew were possible and where I used to see hate, I now feel love. Where I used to feel pain I am learning to let go. When we look inwards, there is so much waiting to be discovered.
We are all people living life on this beautiful, remarkable planet and if we all practiced yoga I truly believe we could live lives with world peace.
Thank you to Powerliving Manly and the wonderful yogis there, especially Shauna, Adam, Truth, Gina, Duncan and Keenan for sharing and encouraging me to get onto my mat.
Now it’s your turn.
“Pain is physical; suffering is mental. Beyond the mind there is no suffering. Pain is essential for the survival of the body, but none compels you to suffer. Suffering is due entirely to clinging or resisting; it is a sign of our unwillingness to move on, to flow with life.” – Nisargadatta Maharaj
Last year I played this song in a beautiful church as a bride walked down the aisle on her wedding day and she asked me to record it for you, so here you go!
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