Sincerest apologies! Learning much in a time of change, transformation, reinvention.
tundra, Colorado, Rocky Mountain National Park by Maek Modica Oct. 20, 2020
Well, I had every intention of hosting a yoga workshop the weekend of the 10th of October. The venue is quite breathtaking- Lotus Bend Sanctuary in Manchaca, TX. I had enthusiasm for the content, crafted almost entirely myself. I had been fairly well prepared- had been practicing the techniques and sets I had selected to share with people. It felt like I was ready, but life really does have it’s way. In recent months, I’ve learned to play “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac on guitar. I’m really getting into singing it out at this point too. And now, I can’t help but see life through it’s lens a bit. It really felt like I was seeing a pristine reflection in snow capped hills, at least for the first time in 2020 anyway. It’s been a rough go, as many I’m sure can attest. But, as the famous lyrics entail, it’s good and gravy “‘til the landslide brought me down.” I bit off a wee bit more than I could chew in this moment of 2020. I paid for it too. It really took these two weeks to feel even partially recovered from the ramifications of what was to be a complete over-extension, professionally. Excuses aside, I remain a constant student of this life. As Brene Brown says, “I’m here to get it right not to be right.” Despite no one asking for it, and no real obligation to do, I apologize, to anyone who has ever disappointed another and felt shame and resentment toward themselves. I apologize to myself for not living up to a self-made standard. I also see this as an opportunity and fuel to apply what I’ve learned to future potential successes. More to come but the sky’s the limit people.
Many blessings, Thus Spake Maek Oct. 20, 2020
Maek Modica has been teaching yoga since 2011 and is certified as a Teacher of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan and Radiant Child Yoga.