Day #3 :: Intentions :: 31 Days of Devotion

There's a beautiful quote by writer and philosopher Aldous Huxley, where he says,
"My fate cannot be mastered, it can only be collaborated with. And thereby, to some extent, directed. Nor am I the captain of my soul; I am only it's noisiest passenger."

In today's practice, we'll be continuing with the theme of Week #1: Intention. And guided by one of our contributing teachers, Kate Johnson

It's one of my favorite in this series-- in part because Kate is the kind of teacher that radiates her message. She's warm, funny, clear and open, and her guidance in practice always feels to me less like an "instruction", and more like a "transmission". 

She'll be talking about Intention as our navigation system, and what it means to orient ourselves by the inner compass of our principles and values, in a moment to moment way. 

Meditation practice begins at the 2 minute and 50 second mark. 

Just grab a comfortable seat, and perhaps a pen + paper to capture your own insights after meditation, and click the video above. 

Now, let's set sail.