Until Friday the 13th!

What a relief ! I thought today (the 6th of February) was the last day we had intended to do the 6 pm practice. But no! I still have a whole more week to arrive, stream, zoom in/out and take a snapshot once a day at 6pm.

This small and simple practice has allready pulled me out of feelings of stress, desparation and pessimism and i have all the reasons in the world to keep doing it. I think i will extend my personal 6pm practice indeffinitely but right now i feel very happy to have one more week of practicing it together with my dear fellow nancies.

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Published by Michael Shapira

Moving, practicing Yoga, dancing, daydreaming.

3 thoughts on “Until Friday the 13th!

  1. Hi michu,
    What this practice exactly? i want it also.
    I would like to speak with you one day…
    Your blog entered my favorites links.

  2. Ahi!
    Is it the contact thing that makes you feel that great? I’m not sure i understood.
    I just read what you wrote about going through tour stuff while packing it before moving. I could really relate to what you were saying about having to decide what to keep and about finding pieces pf memories among the various objects.
    I guess that this is typical to who’s living a constant ‘on the move’ life, even without meaning to. Am I bullshitting now?
    Anyway, I’m glad to hear that you’re OK and i’ll keep myself posted through this blog.
    By the way, if you send me mail, please use my gmail adress.
    A big hug

    1. Yes, contact makes me a lot of times feel great. But i meant it was the 6 pm practice that had this effect of pulling me out of feelings of stress and just general nastiness. Pausing (not necesarilly on the outside), breathing, arriving, zooming in and out, taking a sanpshot and then just being. I guess it’s a good opportunity to thank Nancy (Stark Smith) since it was the practice she gave us at the end of her workshop. Thank you Nancy !

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