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Making Space



March 1, 2024

 

Greetings yogis,

 

They tell me 2024 is divisible by four and that’s why we had an extra day in February. Go figure.

 

Isn’t time a wondrous, and wild thing? An abstraction we use to define passing moments. Clock hands, that in their turning, consequently turn back to define us – markers of ‘age’ and where we see ourselves in the season of our life. When it feels like it’s all racing by, here’s how to make it stand still: practice being completely present with what is. Presence is the great space maker that confounds the churning gears of time.

 

Presence yourself to it all, all the sensations arising in this moment, an itch, an ache, a thought... Simply notice as a curious observer and time ceases to exist. Direct intimacy with the moment at hand, leaves only the moment. A vastness where worries of the future and regrets of the past slough away like worn headlands at the ocean's edge. Be with what is, here and now. That is the only secret to living outside the confines of time.

 

Presently, I’m buried in moving boxes, untangling microphone and power cords beneath my desk, and deciding what will make the cut into the moving truck as Lauren and I prepare to move. Yes, we’re off to a new home, this time as close to the coast as you can get in Marin without floating away to the Farallon Islands. As Gabrielle Roth stated, “If you’re not on the edge, you’re taking up too much space.”

 

So, to the precipice of this new chapter we go, leaning into the unknowns, curious and present as can be. With this new home in Muir Beach we plan to invite you all over for daylong retreats; special gatherings filled with yoga, nature time, ayurvedic meals and more. We will make the space for you, so that collectively we can slow this moment down and savor it all the more together. Stay tuned…

 

Here’s to staying present and making each moment last 10,000 years,

 

Nat K

 

Om Shanti Shanti Shanti

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