Monday, June 28, 2010

Day 72 - 2/3 done!

Since April 18, I have now completed 7,776 sun salutations. It's hard to imagine. I can't believe I'm already 2/3 done. The days are going by so quickly now and I'm starting to think about what I'm going to do on the 108th day of my mission, which will be Aug 3, particularly because people keep asking me about it.

I really don't know yet, but we threw around a few ideas at Anthea '"last supper" send off dinner. (Anthea is my beloved neighbour and practice buddy, who is moving back to BC tomorrow.) Anthea wanted to know how I plan to celebrate its completion, as she's been a big part of my 108x108. I told her I'd keep her in the loop and we talked about how cool it would be if we could practice together via live video recording. After all, nothing's technically impossible these days.

I am really going to miss Anthea. Since the inception of this project back in December, she's been so supportive and encouraging. It feels weird to think that Anthea's moving and on Thursday, Miranda and Andrew are leaving too, although they won't be too far. Life is change, change, change...

But regardless, I still have 36 days left and I will continue to focus on one sun salutation and one day at a time.

Today, I started my annual morning program by the lake. So, I led three sets of 36 sun salutations from 6 am - 9 am. Normally, we are outside, but it was raining today, so I lit some candles, brunt some incense, and we practice in the studio. It was lovely.

1 comment:

  1. Ah, thanks sweetie! I just finally settled in enough to take a read through your blog. You've come so far!! What an amazing journey you've undertaken.. you might even miss it when it's finished.

    I'd love to practice with you on that final day. Still cogitating on other ideas..

    sending so much love and salty sea air from the wild west coast..