Start from the Heart: A New Year’s Immersion for Deep Resolve
How many times have you made New Year’s Resolutions that stick for a few weeks and then fade away? Have you given up on this practice, recognizing it as just a set-up for failure? Or maybe you stick doggedly to it, thinking this is the year you’ll see them through.
One of the reasons resolutions aren’t sustainable is that they often originate from a deeply held belief that we are not good enough as we are; that until we better ourselves, we aren’t really worthy of love, ours or anyone else’s. Instead of making changes with love and compassion, we operate from judgment, self-doubt, and even self-hatred. No wonder these resolutions don’t stick; we undermine ourselves from the outset.
Real change only happens when you believe you deserve it. Real change is aligned with a deeper understanding of who you are at heart.
In this weekend yoga immersion, we will connect to our hearts and our true essence nature to listen to the deep desires within, to hear the calling of our lives in this moment, and to honor the Divine and Ever-evolving Presence that we are. From this place of Love, we will set our Sankalpa, a deep resolve and vision for the year.
Come ready to tune into the deep currents of your life’s longing through yoga asana, meditation, and journaling. Using mantra, visualization, and other techniques, you will be able to commit to a path aligned with your heart, and you’ll have the opportunity to design any practical shifts to your daily life to uphold this vision. In the company of fellow seekers, you’ll learn practices to take with you that will sustain and support you.
When you start from the heart, you can live the life that has been waiting for you.
This special weekend comprises four hours on both Saturday and Sunday, in which we will practice:
- All-levels Asana (yoga postures)
- Pranayama (breath work)
- Meditation & Visualization
- Restorative Yoga & Yoga Nidra
- Satsang (Community)
Preregistration is highly recommended as space is limited!
Saturday & Sunday, January 6 & 7, 1pm-5pm at Wild Lotus Yoga