Over the past few weeks, my friend here in Vegas, Angie, so kindly brought me as a guest to a few yoga classes at a studio that I used to frequent when we lived here full time. There’s a great new teacher there named Erica, and her style of teaching makes me feel simultaneously energized and at ease, which is great, because in the past, depending on the style and teacher, I would sometimes walk out of a class feeling tight and exhausted.
Anyway, at the beginning of my first practice with Erica, she said something to the class that has stuck with me – “Gracefully let go of that which was not meant for you.” Although you readers and I have all walked unique paths in life, I’m thinking these words might somehow resonate for all of us and help us to process our regrets, which hopefully number only a few.
As I created this piece, I whispered this mantra to myself, and so it definitely informed the work.
A close up of my teacher’s wise words.
I share how to create these textures in the video which accompanies today’s post!
More fine texture.
And a video link for you!
I hope you enjoy it! Oh and just in case you weren’t aware, all my videos are in HD, so if you want a clear picture, make sure to adjust your viewing settings using the gear icon in the bottom right hand corner of your screen.
Have a fantastic weekend, folks!