This morning I learned of the death of a woman that my husband and I met 12 or 13 years ago. We met and spent time with her and her husband on a trip that we were all on in Lake Tahoe. She was so warm and open, with a huge smile and caring way. She took us under her wing inviting us along on a boating trip, taking us out of our comfort zone and our tendency to be alone together. In our time together, she put me at ease.
It's amazing how a short encounter can be so impactful and how learning of her passing brought back so many memories of that time. I feel grateful to have known her and I send my prayers for her peaceful transition and for her family. In Kundalini Yoga, we chant Akaal Akaal Akaal when someone passes away to help guide their soul as it transitions from the body. It is a beautiful and loving practice. Here is one of my favorite versions to listen or chant to.
I am an animal loving-Vegan runner, I practice and teach Kundalini Yoga and I love to cook and eat flavorful plant-based food.