Organic Avenue Cleanse: Day Two
Dreaming of breakfast on Wednesday… oh the comfort of food! But juice has its charm as well, and I am still enjoying drinking the 6 bottles each day. People who are sensitive to energy, and just sensitive in general, have been able to tell that “something’s up.” My beloved teacher Ruth, asked me if everything was ok during class this evening and my eyes filled with tears because I could feel how, even in the packed class, she had noticed me, and cared. The tenderness with which she asked me how I was melted my heart and reminded me that kindness is the sweetest medicine. All it takes is genuine interest and concern for someone else, and maybe you can melt their heart, too.
Cleansing is challenging if only because it draws your attention inside. Without the energy spent on thinking about where you will find or what you will prepare for your next meal and without the energy drain of eating and digestion, you are left with lots of quiet time to think. I’m grateful for my teachers who show me that being on the path of yoga is possible, that living your beliefs is doable and that being kind to others is the only way.
One more day!