Do you still cloud watch? I remember driving in the car on long trips and spending the entire time cloud watching. The images I would see and the places I would go. Cloud watching is fun, creative, a deeply relaxing activity and a powerful way to connect with the rhythm of nature. Cloud watching is a beneficial activity for people of all ages. Why do we lose our inner wild child, our magical cloud watcher? Let’s go find her- Here’s your task- Grab your backpack and find a place that allows for a view of the whole sky... the more the better. Lay your blanket down. Put on some sunglasses if it's really bright and sunny. Lie on your back, try bound angle pose or supine twist and look up at the sky. Breath and reach for the sky- Let your imagination run as wild as your wild child! That's your adventure for today! Watch the clouds move through the clear blue sky. Try to spot any flying creatures. Look at the tree tops if there are any around you and imagine what it would be like to be up there. Maybe, ride on a cloud and see where it takes you
WalkAbout Wild journal prompt: What shapes did your clouds make? Where did the cloud take you? What did you feel?
Pose of the day: Supine Twist. Improves digestion and strengthens the spine. The First, Second and Third Chakras benefit from this pose.
How to Supine Twist: Begin lying on your back. Hug your knees into your chest. Interlace your fingers and reach your arms to the back of your mat. Allow the knees to float to the left. Take five breaths and switch sides. Delish!
"Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud." ~Maya Angelou