Celebrate and cleanse for spring!
by Sanjeev Bhanot
Welcoming the beginning of new life…
Yogic ways to celebrate and cleanse for spring
Set your intention if there is any change you want to achieve. You can plant a seed (your Sankalpa) symbolizing new beginnings and new intentions. This only takes a few minutes, and the power of intention is huge!
Sankalpa is an intention formed by the heart and mind, a one-pointed resolve to focus both psychologically and philosophically on a specific goal. A sankalpa is a tool meant to harness the will, and to focus and harmonize mind and body. You can learn how to set your sankalpa in our Yoga Nidra Course.
Cleaning your space can be a great active meditation while you are cleaning your energy. Also clearing the clutter helps a lot – in that case, you will be clearing your mind. If you approach the spring cleaning as a ritual, you will remove accumulated energy over the winter months and prepare yourself and your home for the growing energy of this year cycle.
Renew your energy while focusing on your sensations while your yoga class or your own practice. You can also focus on your new intentions while deep inhaling and while exhaling, say good bye to old patterns.
Celebrate! There is many spiritual celebrations happening. It can be a class in a yoga style you still don´t know or a dance… check our events. You might find one that resonates with you and join in! Celebrate yourself, give yourself some time and enjoy!
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