“Instructions for living a life:
Tell about it. “ —Mary Oliver
Eka Pāda Rājakapotāsana II - “one legged king pigeon pose, variation 2”
As a teacher, I aim to be a trustworthy reporter...to tell the truth of the action that I am performing. There are invisible directors behind the cascading, ripple of adjustments. While the buttock may pull, the back extend, and the hip grip and turn are all more visible to the eye—often the key that twists the secret locks may be really the act of presence in the humble heel. And so we feel how no point is truly disconnected or unworthy. When one part does its honest work, guided by the inner intelligence, there can be a trust that others will be touched, impacted, inspired by a willingness to be present, drawn into the spell of alignment.
— Jennifer Beaumont