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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Geography Of The Body by Julie Rappaport

These words by Julie Rappaport align nicely with the woods class:

Geography Of The Body
The sacred geography of the body is viewed by yoga texts and Vendata as a microcosm of the universe.  The body itself becomes a temple, and thus the need for external places of worship becomes superfluous.  Ancient practitioners used forests and caves as places of meditation, relying on the inner sanctum to meet God- their own true Self.

- #199 from the book 365 Yoga

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