Thank You, I Love You, I 'm Sorry

Hey Yogis,Beth Little Dancer Natarajasana_copy


Every year when I celebrate my anniversary I remember the wise words the celebrant shared with the then very young couple. He suggested we remember to say thank you, I love you and I am sorry each day. It would be nearly impossible to get through the day without something happening that called for one of those responses. They should be honest and heart felt. Not reflexive or empty. Speak meaningfully.


Patanjali's Yoga Sutras call upon us to act responsibly in all aspects of our lives. Come to your mat with good intentions. Come to your practice with an open heart. Thank yourself, even love yourself for coming to your practice. Be honest and true on and off your mat. And maybe even say you are sorry to yourself when you let something trivial keep you away from your practice. Live your practice.

A big thank you yogi's for sharing your practice!