Day 09: When I wake up a little earlier every class day to play the hang drum I feel energized because I enjoy the lovely sound it makes! Today I have been feeling a little anxious and my heart is pounding in my chest because in the next couple days we will have to teach a whole 90min Hatha yoga sequence. I Iike Hatha yoga and teaching a class to a group of yogi friends who I am living, breathing and practicing with for a week has been amazing. I have to remember to breathe myself! Lots to study💗😊
Day 10: Here in Bali these colorful little square, woven baskets made from cut coconut leaves and filled with flowers can be seen literally everywhere! At the beach, on streets and in our little yard. 'Canang Sari', are the daily offerings made by Balinese Hindus to thank in praise and prayer. Many Canang sari can be seen in the Balinese temples (pura), on small shrines in houses, and on the ground or as a part of a larger offering. Philosophically speaking, the making and giving of these offerings is a selfless act. It is part-meditation, a gift of gratitude to the Bali Gods. The photo below was taken at Pura Tita Empul on my visit to Ubud💗😊
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