An Awake, Compassionate Heart–A Short Dharma Talk & Guided Meditation

Hello my loves.

As a yoga teacher you share so much of your energy. You share your physical energy as you walk around your classes, make alignment adjustments to your student’s bodies and sometimes demonstrate poses. You share your heart energy with your students in the form of thoughts and insights from your own spiritual practice.

You may be walking or driving or public transit-ing all over your town, sometimes from early in the morning until late in the evening. You must continue to hold a space for your students that feels calm, even at the end of a long day. You are responsible for creating and holding a yogic container that feels both clear and nurturing, even if you were stuck in horrible traffic and barely made it to your class on time.

I know! I am doing the same thing!

So my recommendation for you, my loves?

Lie down. Lie down on your back as soon as you finish reading this.

You must rest. You must slow down and take care of yourself. You must commit to tilling the ground that is your spiritual practice.

Here is my offering to you, in support of this.



7 Responses to “An Awake, Compassionate Heart–A Short Dharma Talk & Guided Meditation”

  1. Pam

    Thank you so much for this lovely talk and meditation, Francesca. Perfect to hear about those same “old” parts of yourself even as you journey in a new place. So true, and helpful to hear how others experience it and work with it. Thank you!

    • Francesca Cervero

      You are so welcome Pam! The same old me, just keeps trying to show up for you guys. Thank you for being here! <3


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