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Open to what the Universe has planned for me

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

This is about yesterday, this is about today. This is where I am right now...open to what the Universe has planned for me, my life path.

Yesterday, I taught four yoga classes in one day. This was a "first" for me. It felt so good. The first class was an early class at a local well-known facility that I am not at liberty to write about in a public blog. It began at 6AM and I am a morning person, as some of you know. I enjoy beginning my day with yoga, it sets my intent for my day. And even though this early morning class will not continue in to October, I am filled with gratitude that I was asked to teach it in June, July, August and September this year. I remain open to what the 'universe" has planned for me.

My supervisor at Memorial Health & Lifestyle Center asked me if I would be willing to teach two yoga classes at a local corporation, Press Ganey in South Bend as part of their employee's fitness month. Yesterday I taught yoga there at 12:00 noon and eight employees attended my class. I went back at 5:00 to teach another yoga class to three of their employees.

I had just enough time to gather up and load my yoga mats, straps, blocks and eye bags into my little truck and head over to Memorial HLC to teach my 6:30PM-7:45PM class there.

For yesterday, I am thankful and I am smiling in every cell of my being.

Today, I have been asked to teach a restorative yoga class at a retreat for nurses. I took a vacation day out of the office, my 8-5 job at the university and I will travel to Buchanan, Michigan to Still Waters Retreat Center.

For this day and those ahead, I remain open to what the "universe" has planned for my life path.
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