To see one’s life as a form of art is imperative for transcending oneself. It reveals how malleable and moldable one’s perception of reality truly is. To live in this world gracefully and with joy requires skill, for it is not natural.
Living requires technique. Mastery of self, the art of moving in one’s world is an everyday practice. Inner contentment, equanimity, nervous system regulation, these are just bits of gold of the practices I teach. Life becomes harmonious, relationships are less turbulent, things flow with ease. Daily self care forms the centre of this dialogue and in the periphery all else organizes itself. Life becomes easier, and when one is at ease with life there is room for the spirit to move about. Spiritual practices require practical acts.
It’s from this personal accountability that we see ripples in our communities which fosters a healing of our relationship to the Earth.