I’m loving my meditations in the mornings.  I meditated yesterday and today for 30 minutes each day.  I was watching my aura’s yesterday and I was seeing lots of purple yesterday.  Today I saw green and yellows and then it turned to a light pink and yellow.  I love my pool house that is away from the house and surrounded by trees.  I love the fresh brisk air of early April Central Florida mornings.  I love all the birds singing all around me.  I love being healthy and finally over this flu that has taken me out for a few weeks.  Nothing feels better than being healthy.  It feels blissful when you eat healthy, exercise, don’t do drugs and meditate to take care of your mental well being.  It’s something that I wish upon everyone.  Once I experience blissitation during my meditations, I feel pure joy.  Sometimes I completely lose myself as if I’m being transported to another dimension for a few moments.  

I taught an early morning yoga class called Hot 26.  It’s the first time they had this class and only 1 student came.  This student started to feel dizzy and had to sit down.  I was honestly worried for her health.  We stopped the class and went into the lobby to sit down.  She takes blood pressure medication and it was affecting her.  She went home early.  I hope she is ok.  It makes me want to make sure no one leaves the hot room unsupervised.  If they pass out or anything then I would want to make sure I can be there to help.  That is why they ask people to lay down on the mat and not to leave the room in a typical crowded yoga room.

Other than that, I’m enjoying my Spiritual Liberation book by Michael Bernard Beckwith.  I’m on a hungry quest for my connection with god and I’ve been doing an incredible amount of self study, meditating and self work.  I’ve grown so much and I feel it.  I feel a calmness that I haven’t felt in a long time.  I don’t feel big highs or lows, just a pleasant, blissful presence.  I invite you to do some self work too.  It will be one of the best investments you make.  Much love and peace!  Namaste!