by Tias Little – Yoga Journal, December 2013
The first hour of the day is precious, and for centuries yogis have cherished the dawn for personal practice: meditation, building their prana, and opening their bodies with the rising sun. Read the article >
To empty is to let go. Typically we hold onto so much stuff. We hold onto ideas, belief systems, family members. We hold onto ingrained ideas about ourselves like “I am not good enough and “there is nothing I can do to change.” To empty is to let go of the old—the old paradigm, the old attitude, the old self. By emptying we become more open, more available, more in the here and now.