“There’s the way that light shows in darkness, and it is extremely beautiful. And I think it essentializes the experience of being human, to see light in darkness.” ~Emil Ferris I was leading a yoga training in a small village in Greece near the Aegean Sea.
One of the trainees was practicing a mindfulness workshop she designed. She led us through a guided meditation based on a beautiful Hawaiian practice for reconciliation and forgiveness called Ho’oponopono.
As we sat in the yoga space, she repeated over and over: I love you.Please forgive me.I’m sorry.Thank you. There was something about how she slowly said, “I’m so, so sorry” that at one point I felt my heart break open, and tears flowed from its depths.Read more on tinybuddha.com