with the times that we are facing we decided to not have classes for march and april .
Not to feed the seed of fear but to collectively acknowledge that feeling, and support each other, and care for each other by being safe, by taking care of ourselves and by practicing solidarity.
The unknown, the change, could be frightening at the beginning.
But by embracing the fact that both inside and in the collective there is fear, we can actively decide to water the seeds of hope, patience and compassion as an antidote.
Take this time now to slow down, to stop, to not consume.
There is suddenly a window of time open to re-think the way we live, re-program our minds, re-set our focus, re-generate communities, re-discuss our priorities, re-listen to the need of the earth, re-design rituals,re-create noble silence and honest speech, re-face our restlessness and boredom, re-write the narrative we have around life and death, re-nourish what we have let dry, re-claim the present moment as a state of mind, re-establish love as a basic principle to start whatever we do.
Perhaps you could take this opportunity to sit more often, move your body how you feel is right and empowering, maybe it looks like a sun salutation maybe not at all. Breath deeply, slowly and consciously. Feel the impermanence of the breath, of your emotions, of the situation.
Take time to be in nature, with nature, to contemplate nature or just to be nature.
She gives us back a great perspective. Birds singing, branches sprouting, and her vastness, her aliveness. Her strength.
In the same moment we can wake up to the inter-being, the way we inter-are.
Take time to acknowledge all we already have, like our breath, our eyes, our ears and much more, we are alive.
We wish you all a time of great insight.
With resilience and warmth,
We are mainly taking care of our families but if you wish to talk please write to us.