Poetry has taken over. {Yoga Art}

Via on Nov 3, 2012

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Poetry has taken over my heart and soul, as I have been fully experiencing a complete revolution of inner creativity and power in my yoga journey

 

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I woke up in the midst blue of the Mediterranean

meditated with the melodies of sunrises

and was charmed by its sunsets.

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Wonderful beings came along

curious and receptive souls

     all charmed by yoga’s magic art.

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The sun painted starfishes

crystal jellyfishes came closer

while the rocks and autumn’s flows safeguarded.

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We shared days of true happiness

We nurtured our bodies

We reconnected with creative feelings

     and rediscovered ourselves in an island called Ibiza.

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FIN

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Editor: Bryonie Wise

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About The Global Yogini

As a multi-faceted artist, Carolina Daza (The Global Yogini) travels the world sharing her Yoga Art in a creative way. Her inspiring yoga teachers are Linda Munro and Gérald Disse at Ashtanga Yoga Paris , where she completed her 500HR Yoga Alliance Teacher Training in Ashtanga Yoga. Carolina has a Master's in Contemporary Arts from Université Paris 8, as well as a Master’s of Arts and Food Culture at New York University. Carolina lived in a Bhakti Yoga Ashram under the guidance of Divya Alter, her Ayurvedic Teacher, in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. She has embarked on various yoga/cooking teaching and training tours throughout Europe, including the Helsinki Yoga community with Kylli Kukk’s Joogakoulu Shanti; as well as living in Copenhagen, while staging in the kitchen of NOMA, one of the world’s top restaurants.

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4 Responses to “Poetry has taken over. {Yoga Art}”

  1. What is your yoga story?

  2. The Temple says:

    Beautiful. Inspiring :)

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