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HOW DO WE ALLOW THEIR EYES TO SEE?

Updated: May 2, 2020


Great great elephant, yellow yellow bee, tiny little violet, small green tree. All the things you gave me when you made my eyes to see. I used these words to open our yoga practice on Friday 4/24/20. Made my eyes to see....which got me to thinking: I say to “Uncle Ed.” Do you know what I am thinking? - He says "NO TELLING"....hahaha! Well, I have been

thinking...how do we get a greater, deeper reach to individuals who have wanted to try a yoga practice? How do we let individuals know that it is great to shake your J-Lo? How do we allow their eyes to see?

An opportunity that came my way this week arrived from a yoga person who had chosen to not participate in social

media...of any kind.....which in turn during the COVID-19 has left them not

participating in a group yoga practice. How do we allow their eyes to see? (Maybe the non- participation is just because they do not know “How” to connect with social media. How do we allow their eyes to see? Well you know what I was thinking? "NO TELLING"..I can bring a horse to water but I cannot make them drink. This week I had the opportunity to quote un quote bring a horse to water and the horse drank the water...YES they made their own eyes to SEE.....I am so grateful that a yogini has stepped out of their comfort zone and is ready to shake their J-Lo. The yogini is ready to breathe with a social media platform. Our platform of Namaste Ways. Deeper, greater reach... to the J-Lo and beyond. Great, great elephant, yellow yellow bee, tiny little violet, small green tree, all the things you gave me when you made my eyes to see. Namaste.