Raising our hopes, dealing with our expectations

What are realistic expectations to each of us? What do they look like? Only we can answer that for ourselves. Of course, we have expectations and hopes outside of our own lives which may cause us more frustration when they go south. While we aren’t completely (or maybe even partially) in control of societal expectations, I think humankind hold many of the same hopes: peace, enough to eat, a roof over our heads, to feel safe in our own home, to make a contribution to the world, to not contribute to the suffering of others. We carry with us both personal hopes/expectations and societal hopes/expectations. Perhaps, like me, you are feeling dismayed by what you see in societal attitudes and behavior today. How do we impact these changes in direction of society? One person at a time, our attitudes and behaviors. A ground swell. If you search this blog, you will find some information on the 8 limbs of yoga, a how-to guide to live in harmony with our hopes and expectations.

This week in yoga:

Monday nite 6:30-8pm. Our once a quarter focus on our backs. We will learn segment 3 of a new series of poses for the back.

Thursday evening 5-6:15pm. We will celebrate the return of one of our yogi’s who has been out due to illness. We will do a Chair Yoga Practice in her honor and to welcome her back.

Consider letting friends and family know about the Chair Yoga Workshop scheduled for January/February 2018. Contact me for questions (sarayuyoga@gmail.com).

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