“I always wonder why birds stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on the Earth. Then I ask myself the same question.” -Harun Yahya
Yesterday was a wonderful day. Such a wonderful day that it has me back to my blog after a brief hiatus. The words that made this day so wonderful were simple and true. I do not tell them to myself enough and I bet you do not either.
While in savasana my yoga teacher offered us a mantra; a beautiful few words we should tell ourselves everyday. “I love you, I forgive you.”
I challenge you to tell yourself this everyday. Agree to let go of what you can not control and forgive yourself for your mistakes. You are beautiful, I love you. Namaste.
The “rape capital of the world”
Congo’s wars have left more shock wounds on women’s body than on the streets and buildings of that country. Rape has become the most used, effective, yet cheapest weapon in that war, used to displace, punish, humiliate and destroy families and communities on an industrial scale.
It’s a slow form of psychological murder, deliberately tearing the social fabric of an already bruised and battered society. And in the age of HIVAIDS this tactic promises to kill even more Congolese people long after the wars in that country end.
Starting a new section in Inspiration and Wisdom. If you would like to use these prayers in your own practice we can share our energy together and give each other strength. Now go forth and focus on the space between your eye brows, your third eye.
Dance, when you’re broken open.
Dance, if you’ve torn the bandage off.
Dance in the middle of the fighting.
Dance in your blood.
Dance, when you’re perfectly free.
Girls in the red light district are not at all what they seem