As we look toward September, we are searching for your words, photos, wisdom and prayers on the theme of BREATH.
We want your thoughts on breath of life, yogic breath, the breath of God, moments that took your breath away, and moments where you found your breath again. Breathing through pain or pleasure, fear or hope, we want to hear and see how breath has entered into your spiritual journey.
So take a deep breath and send your posts to sophiaspockets [at] gmail.com.
With wisdom, love …and lint,
Jenni and Autumn
P.S. If you want to help breath change the world, check out the Yoga Gangsters Fundraiser which happens in September too!
Continuing with our theme of loss, new mother Natalie M. Petty shares a photo that represents her experience with the loss of her Grandfather, a few days after the birth of her first child.
Location: Saint Louis, Missouri, USA
My grandpa passed away at the end of this past July. I can’t even begin to express how much he meant to me and how much he will be missed. I’ll never forget the trips to the beach, the extreme decibel of his snoring or his infectious laugh. I’m so blessed to have had him in my life. He got to see me walk down the aisle and he was able to to see pictures of my newborn son. I didn’t spend as much time with him as I would have liked because he lived far away, but he always made me feel like the luckiest granddaughter in the world when I did see him. This isn’t “goodbye” for me, it’s “until we meet again”.