In "The American Scholar," Ralph Waldo Emerson defines three stages for the Transcendentalist's life.
1. One studies the wisdom of the past. In terms of meditation, a review of major mystics satisfies study of the past.
2. Spiritualize life by communing with nature and learning to listen to the divine from within one's self. This idea closely resembles the Yogic thought of stilling one's mind in order to gain an understanding of higher aspects of one's self and reality. Mystics assert that divinity can be found from within.
3. After self-renewal, one works toward the renewal of society at large.
Join Us: 6:00-7:30 at Blue Moon Yoga - Weather permitting, we will practice outside
Dress appropriately and bring a towel if you don't want to put you mat on the ground.