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Class 4 The Wind

 

Wind is Air in movement, it is unseen just like our intuition, collective consciousness and our inner wisdom.

 

Are you steady on your Path? Supported by loving friendly winds or will a gust of wind, a loud relative, a disruptive co-worker or  cause you to waiver? 

 

 

"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones that you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."

~ Mark Twain        

 

Which picture is reminecent

of your day?

WHAT ABOUT WIND & AIR?

Wind shows itself in many forms. Wind also has many different interpretations and viewpoints all through history. Here are a collection of just some of those. And then when you get to the Play Activity you will see our more personalized description of Wind in our lives.

"PLAY" ACTIVITY

Wind is Air in movement, it is unseen just like our intuition, collective consciousness and our inner wisdom. It is sometimes subtle and other times a force unable to ignore. It is that gentle cool breeze on a hot day, that wisp swirling leaves aimlessly and even the fast moving storm winds clearing the path and almost forcing us to rebuild, start over.

If you would like to read more, please go to the FULL MONTY Outline.

PHYSICAL "PLAY" EXERCISE

It's time for a little movement...well, this is a different way to look at it! 

Give it a go and let us know how the "movement" worked for you. It's worth the click just to see Susan's begining pose ;)

 

THE FULL MONTY...a.k.a. OUTLINE

Do you want everything in one place? Then this is for you!

RESOURCES

There are many viewpoints on Wind and Air. We have included a writing by Eloise Hart. Enjoy.

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