Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Oh yeah,

forgot to add:

1. My husband totally put me into Supta Kurmasana on Sunday. Can putting myself in it be THAT far behind? Don't answer that. Just let me have my little delusion.

2. My yoga practice is so totally off-the-hook lately that I feel that I must share with you just how very very very enlightened I am. My Primary Series is really "there" now, and so I have no doubt that in my next life, I will have far fewer samskaras, and I will not come back as a cockroach or anything with more than four legs. I am quite sure of that, thanks to the awesomeness of my asana practice.



Carl said...

What's wrong with reincarnation as a cockroach? Do you know for certain that cockroaches aren't a step up from us on the karmic ladder? Roaches might have rich inner lives.

Anonymous said...

you're kidding, right? This is more of your 'satire'? Your tongue is in your cheek?

Tiff said...

I'm right there with ya, I wish I could put myself into supta k...oh wait, dwi pada and be able to sit there without needing my hands.


Anonymous said...

i think its cool that you can do all that even tho your not talking to me anymore.

Anonymous said...

Ol' Gil knows a thing or two about cockroaches. You can't live a life on the road and not run into a few of those little monsters.

Young lady, your blog is already more cluttered than most with all of those pictures of yourself, but that doesn't mean that you can't squeeze in a few widgets.

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skelly said...

I wouldnt let my husband put me into supta if you paid me. He would probably dislocate something :)

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