Theme Weaver: The Goddesses: Kali, Sarasvati, Lakshmi
- Your Why: Put your reason for teaching here.
- Theme: Three Goddesses of Hindu Mythology
- HOVs: Self-reflection, Self-Knowledge, Clarity
In Hinduism, the three Goddesses represent many facets of one self, the beauty, the fierce and the cultured academic. In yoga, Sarasveti the intellectual, might be represented by alignment-based practice. Lakshmi could be a beautiful, breath-based flow. And Kali the fierce, would be a strong Ashtanga practice. However you practice, perhaps try a new path to invite more on the mat.
Kali is the destroyer of evil and the restorer of Moral Order, but she is also the path to transformation. Kali alone can forgive and re-create Karma. A fierce practice can transform. Sarasvati is the Goddess of learning, knowledge and wisdom. She will keep us aligned and true. Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth and beauty. Her practice would be gentle, pretty, breathy. She is associated with Grace. At times, we are all three goddesses.
- Golden Nuggets
- Seek your inner Lakshmi.
- Be strong like Kali
- Nurture your mind with Sarasvati
- We are all three, but not at once
- Find the balance
- Always do you.
- Value Proposition: If we can see ourselves through the lens of mythology, we might know ourselves better.
“Think like a queen. A queen is not afraid to fail.” Oprah
“Turn your wounds into wisdom.” Oprah
“A woman is like a teabag. You can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” E. Roosevelt.
“Anyone who says he can see through a woman, is missing a lot.” Groucho Marx
“There are many roads to enlightenment. Choose one. Try them all.” Michelle Marchildon
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