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I was first introduced to this concept as a distinctive, teachable kind of yoga by my beloved teacher, Erich Schiffmann. What is it? It starts with the body, the yogi, slowing, perhaps stopping, the wheel of activity pushing most of us through our days. I call this the interface with God—the place where the bones and heart and muscles erupt directly into specific existence out of the totality. Freedom Yoga relies entirely on self-expression magically whirled into awareness through a conscious process of pausing— asking— and listening for guidance— and the hardest part— then doing or in the case of postures, moving the way your guided to do. The main thing about Freedom Yoga is it must be very close to the original yoga. The first yogis had no posture chart, no teachers or schools of instruction regarding movement or alignment—they had their meditative awareness and used movement as a way to find deeper, more intuitive, often more challenging positions to arrange the body for listening. The poses were a way of experiencing reverence, first for their local body and then for the collective body. The joy part is easy for most of us. But the daily challenges, especially the big difficulties like illness and loss—this is where freedom style yoga is so elegant.
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Take advantage of everyday chances to share life lessons with your child. You probably do so many chores each day that you don't even give them a second thought, but they're actually a great way to help your child discover new things about the world around him. Children learn by show-and-tell. They watch you pay bills, do the dishes, and drive the car, but they probably don't understand how and why you're doing those things unless you tell them. Every place you take your child can easily be transformed into an instant classroom where you can teach him skills that will help make him a self-sufficient, well-rounded person. You just need to seize these teachable moments. You spend lots of time traveling with your kids. Grab their attention with a lesson about the rules of the road, and you might actually help delay the inevitable question, "Are we there yet? Little-kid lessons: Talk through each step: buckling your seat belt, using a key to start the car, and putting in gas so the car will go. Explain that it's the law to stop at red lights, slow down at yellow, and go at green so that cars coming from different directions will each have a turn and no one will get hit.
Paw Family supports adoption. We encourage potential owners to give these pets another chance to have a place call their home. If there is any of these have caught your attention and have connected with you thru their photos, please contact and liaise directly with the person for a discussion and to visit the pet. Read more about him here. Brandy is the sister to Sage. Fortunately, the vet gave her a clean bill of health. Brandy is very shy and gentle little girl.