Tuesday and full moons with Timji

Just back from two weeks in Italy, Tim Miller still manages to get a Tuesday with Timji post up — although he acknowledges having a moon day was great timing to shake off the jet lag.

Link is here. (I have heard from some about how Tim’s Facebook page isn’t picking the posts up anymore. There’s still a link at the bottom of Ashtanga Yoga Center’s web page, and, of course, we’ll keep following it for you.) A little taste:

The full moon of Tuesday October 11th occurs at 7:06pm PDT in the nakshatra known as Revati. Revati is the 27th and final lunar mansion ruled by Pushan, the Vedic shepherd deity who leads the flocks to greener pastures. Revati creates abundance through proper nourishment and is associated with endings, transitions and rebirth. Revati stimulates a love of fine arts and the qualities of compassion and devotion.

Tim also talks about some travel issues, but you’ll have to follow the link to learn those tales.

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