Yoga philosophy. Very thoughtful. “There is no resolution and I don’t wait until 1 January to make one.”
We asked writers to talk about the idea of setting intentions for 2016. Picking up on some of the themes in Tibet’s Secret Temple each blog post relates to the exhibition from the perspective of the writer. Kicking us off is Emma Newlyn, a Yoga teacher, writer, musician and massage therapist.
Bringing ancient tantric Buddhist teachings into modern-day life
January is abundant with ‘newness’ and a new year often calls for a new year’s resolution or intention.
The word ‘intention’ has the potential to have different definitions within different contexts: it’s often described as a “thing intended; an aim or plan”, but interestingly within the field of medicine, it also refers to “the healing process of a wound”. The word is derived from the Latin intendere or intentio, which means both “stretching” and “purpose”. In essence then, when we make a new intention, we aim to stretch ourselves with the purpose…
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