First of all, I understand the link from Friday's post didn't work. It must be seen. Here it is:
It brings tears to my eyes every time I watch (or even listen to) it. It might have to be included on the "sure to cheer me up" list of listening. (Largely Aretha Franklin at this moment.)
Does that joyful singing take you out of the moment or more solidly in it?
At any rate, back to my current musings about the writing and the yoga ... intention, attention, retention?
My first purpose was to examine and practice the disciplines. (Intention)
Second, practice everyday or often enough so that it is as common and natural as cat-petting and pizza-making, something I do with verve, joy, wisdom, and focus. (Attention.)
Third, that the experience, knowledge, and grace I gain from practice infuses and guides other aspects of my life. (Retention.)
Writing is becoming more of a conscious and unconscious part of my brain. Still not doing the physical part of yoga. But I think I am working on the spiritual part.
And so to bed (after a little more Aretha).