Do you have a Wish Board in your home or office? These are also often referred to as Vision Boards. Oprah calls this a "Life Map." My board contains pictures of people, places and ideas that I love. These images carry the energy of ideas or concepts that I wish to manifest into my life and into the world. I look at them every day when sitting at my desk. I look at them all day long and I let the energy of their presence surround me.
The drawing on the right was given to me by a 5yr. old yoga student. I didn't even tell her it was my birthday, she just knew. That's why I cherish it so much. It was like the universe wished me a happy birthday through that beautiful child. That, and the fact that I look so skinny.. Plus, I love pink and green. The universe always gets it right..
Cut out pictures of things that you love and display them in your space and see what happens. Over time, I have had to update my Wish Board with new images and ideas as old ones come into manifestation.. It's very cool.
How to Create Your Wish Board:
Gather magazines, catalogs, images of icons, spiritual guides or anything that inspires you or makes you happy. This can also include words, phrases and quotes that inspire your life.
Cut out and place all of your words and images on a large board in an way that feels right to you.
Review your Board every day and feel the feelings of having everything in your life that you have visioned on your board. Start to make room in your life for these new creations to appear.
Ruling on Encinitas Yoga Trial Is In: Yoga Not Religious, OK for Public Schools
Posted by YD × July 1, 2013 at 1:12 pm
Hear ye! Hear ye! Big news out of California.
The ruling on the yoga trial in Encinitas has been announced. Judge John Meyer ruled that the yoga classes are not religious and can continue in the school district. It’s a win for yoga! And for kids.*
The lawsuit, filed by conservative parents concerned about the “inherent” religiousness of yoga classes offered in the Encinitas school district, and the consequent trial was the first of its kind, bringing the debate on yoga and religion to the San Diego Superior courtroom. The ruling essentially declares yoga OK for public school children and could set a precedent for future cases as yoga continues to grow and expand to kids big and small.
The yoga program is being funded by a $533,000 grant from the K.P. Jois Foundation and is based in Ashtanga (naturally). The non-profit is conducting a three-year study on the effects of yoga on school kids.