Danna Faulds is a long-term practitioner and teacher of Kripalu Yoga who incorporated writing into her spiritual practice years ago. A former librarian who worked in law school, college and public libraries before turning to full-time writing, Danna lives with her husband, Richard, in the Shenandoah Valley of …
Go In and In. By Danna Faulds. Go in and in. Be the space Between two cells, the vast, resounding silence in which spirit dwells. Be sugar dissolving on the tongue of life. Dive in and in, as deep as you can dive. Be infinite, ecstatic truth. Be love conceived and born in union.
Dana Faulds has a beautiful way to describe the spirit of yoga, and this is the best reading after practice and during meditation or right before students get out of Savasana.
Danna Faulds quotes Showing 1-7 of 7 “Despite illness of body or mind, in spite of blinding despair or habitual belief, who you are is whole. Let nothing keep you separate from the truth.
Danna Faulds. A long-term practitioner of Kripalu Yoga, Danna is the author of six books of poetry: Go In and In, One Soul, Prayers to the Infinite, From Root to Bloom, and Breath of Joy, as well as the memoir Into the Heart of Yoga. She describes herself as a once-reluctant meditator who now won’t miss a day.
“Allow” by Danna Faulds. Text as published in Go In and In: Poems from the Heart of Yoga (Peaceable Kingdom Books, 2002) . Art credit: Untitled image by unknown photographer.
Sep 10, 2017 · Let go of the ways you thought life would unfold; the holding of plans or dreams or expectations Let it all go. Save your strength to swim with the tide. The choice to fight what is here before you now will only result in struggle, fear, and desperate attempts to flee from the very energy you long for. Let go.