In Elaine Mayland's book on Rosen Method, she describes a place in the body low in the torso where the legs and pelvis connect. She says that is the place where the feelings of deepest fear are often held. She writes: "This sort of fear seems to threaten one's very existence, one's very being, and is very deeply and tightly held. When that fear lets go, the struggle is gone from one's life, and the possibility of moving freely with life instead of holding against it becomes available."
Ah, intention! Awareness! Space! Pause! Letting go!
Most of us live this life with, as Sogyal Rinpoche says, "Glimpse after glimpse." My intention for this day is to move freely and easily, to glide like a leaf, glowing on the stream that carries me, with love, ease and grace.