Even as I hold a yoga pose still, an undeniable current flows through me, a vibration, a breeze. By practicing the yoga poses I experience constant change. I begin to understand everything is in flux.
Throughout my practice and my life, I breathe and I smile.
Ben is home from Shenzhen, slowing down. China delighted Ben’s senses and expanded his perspective. He has new awareness.
When Ben landed at the aiport in Hong Kong, my Skype rang. “I’m in Hong Kong. Marry Me!”
What? I felt thrilled,”Of course!” I yelled! “Are you serious?”
He laughed, “I think so. pause. If we’re not enaged now, let’s be soon!”
Two days later he asked, sure as can be: “Jane, will you marry me? I want to spend my life with you and make you happy, like you make me. You’re the one.”
What do you think I said?
Ben says he was sure the first time he asked.
Seeing each other at the airport was nearly a slow-mo experience. JOY.
Luna is all in wags about Ben being home!
In four days I head to Thailand with Heather Cracower
, a P.T. and fellow yoga teacher at Evolution. I look forward to our Thai Yoga Massage course in Chiang
Mai and spa-ing
it on the island of Ko
May I bring peace.