Regular Yum meets tomorrow March 26 at 10a. We will continue our mind cleanse and liquidity practice. Kim’s mini I Ching series will pick up next Sunday, April 2! πŸ’¦

Cleaning houseΒ 

in class Sunday, March 19:

 inner house cleaning πŸ’¦πŸ yum yum moves 

a la 🍯caramel pelvic bowl rolls/ masa bootie pats/ and 🌊stream fed spinal twists. Ending class with our mind cleansing meditation πŸŒ‘
Let’s clean house‼️ πŸŒ¬πŸ’¦πŸ‹

 10a @floorpolish

First mini workshop was a success🌟

Kim introduced the following:

πŸ”Šthe bagua- as a picture of consciousness itself and represented in your DNA

πŸ‘£ the tao- as being practiced and practical in everyday life

🌈 the trigrams- are an expression of what it means to take the inner journey where you meet your personal Helpers

πŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸš€ a 20min. meditation- to still the body, relieve the mind of its thinking tasks, to let go of trying and figuring it out. You head to the trail head and find the sage where it wants to meet you.

Thank you Kim, this was so excellent and helpful. I will be using the meditation from Kim’s workshop in Yum Yum where we will continue our practice of meeting the sage and sitting inside our inner truth

find Kim here


Warming the way 2/19/17πŸ’§β€πŸ”₯

This is what we are practicing in class this month- it’s a way to feel for what your heart most needs, and to get there, it needs to get cleaned out.

1. We start with asking our minds to return to innocence, this lets our mind rest, be dark, receptive and become liquid and open.

2. Then we can ask to be shown the condition of our heart, we may see things that don’t belong there, this is the next step, to remove the things that do not belong in our hearts.

In my own meditation I’ve seen the strangest things that got lodged in my heart like thorns, holes, a gooey tar like coating… It’s not to be afraid of what comes up, it’s to appreciate that you can have a good glimpse at what condition your heart is in and the kind of help it needs to be cleaned out. Β I’ve seen the helpers in the form of cool water, washing the tar off, and a cool gel to help heal it.