On Tuesday, Tim Miller shared his favorite moments from this year’s Confluence — plus his one disappointment.
Eventually (I’m a bit slow), that got me thinking about what was my favorite moment from this really remarkable gathering of not only the senior Western Ashtanga students, but of all the rest of us, too.
Was it my great backbend adjustment/assist during the Sunday Mysore? Was it that whole practice? (Surely not!)
Upon some reflection, and given “where my head’s at” following our trip to India, I’m going to go with any and all the times Eddie Stern talked about Vedic thinking and tradition. So much of it was great, but listening to him is what continues to reverberate.
Now, it’s your turn. But first, a quick comment: I’m like you. There are a bunch of websites I frequent where commenting is allowed and encouraged, but I never do. It’s comfortable, and safer, just “to lurk.”
Given that 50 or so people– maybe more — over the Confluence weekend said something to either Bobbie or me about the blog, we know you’re out there reading. So here’s a chance to finally post a comment.
What was your highlight from the Confluence? Was there a low moment, ala Tim’s? And does anyone want to start the drumbeat for the next one’s happening on the East Coast?
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