Rajan Rathnavalu – October 17th

Rajan was present for our class this week and addressed the inspiration behind designing the class with a contemplative aspect.  It is not until we can address and quell the agitation and dis-ease that lives within us that we can find the stillness needed to address the relationship with the natural world.  The subtle, slow movements of the Earth and her systems does not easily penetrate our human-centered busyness.  Through contemplative exercises, we can cultivate the ability to listen.

Recording Part 2 is a contemplative exercise you can follow along with.