Today I thought that we would continue our exploration of morning rituals by looking at Yoga. So put the pet outside, give the kids something to do, and make sure the neighbors aren’t watching.
I hope that those of you who celebrate the 4th of July had a happy and safe holiday weekend. Aside from the fireworks, it was a quiet weekend for me.
This week I thought that I would show you some morning rituals that you might consider adding to your start of the day.
For a moment, I thought she was going for the Kabbalah. Don’t you love it when thoughts of the Divine interrupt your sleep?
BTW … check more of her musings at Ghost Hunting Theories … (link)
I was reading “Dumb Little Man: Tips For Life” and his article titled 9 Ways to Feng Shui Your Desk (link) and I felt just awful. Just one look at the table in front of me caused me to roll my eyes in disbelief. I had two empty candy containers ( and another almost empty ), a copy of the Sunday newspaper ( it was Wednesday ), a potholder, an oven-mitt, a pen that was out of ink, a coffee mug, and my Kindle. The odd assortment certainly did not say Feng Shui.
I decided to go to work on it. I cleaned it, waxed it, and restored it to a pristine state. With this empty palate, I was free to structure the table in a Feng Shui style. When I finished, I didn’t like it.
Harmony for one man is not harmony for all men. Where is my damn candy jar?
“As above, so below; as below so above.” — The Kybalion.
The beauty and mysteries of what we see and don’t see above are the same as here below and vice versa. The saying, “there’s nothing new under the sun” comes to mind. There is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between the physical, mental and spiritual planes and this principle of universal application and manifestation, the Principle of Correspondence, is an Universal Law.
So take a few moments each day to meditate and reflect upon this knowledge to open up what otherwise would remain unknown and you will see the sameness of all that exists and will see and know the Divine.