• March 26, 2010

    I loved this post (obviously). Drishti is the gaze you’re supposed to have in meditation—like seeing, but not seeing, relaxed lids, relaxed gaze, etc. And it’s great to carry that into yoga practice, too. I used to practice meditation and yoga with my eyes closed—Drishti is new for me.

    I’ve been working on finding FIVE MINUTES to do yoga, sitting, breathing exercise. If you can commit to FIVE MINUTES, of even just to SITTING DOWN wink, then that’s a start. The idea is that once you’re sitting, you may want to stay for a bit, and then for a bit longer.

    I have yet to sit THIS WEEK. It’s not easy. But learning about this—and GOING TO YOGA (go girl!) is a great start.

    I’m with you! Same sitch. Kids are crazy. Life is crazy. When to SIT? We need to make it a priority, for sure.

    xoxo Thanks for this!

  • March 26, 2010

    Wise words.

    I need to find my own drishti

  • March 26, 2010

    I’m in market for some Drishti as well.

    One saying that always helps me when I’m overwhelmed by things at home: “One drawer at a time.” I do one thing and feel better rather than 1/2 do 100 things.

  • March 29, 2010

    I am feeling that problem and I am not moving! xo to you!

  • March 29, 2010

    I’m with you.  I’m overwhelmed with change right now.  I actually just posted about figuring out my Intent.  My personal focus smile  Rock on with your Drishti!

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