Also, I'm teaching at Hosh tonight, which I am very excited about. I would love if you came!
|A view of Kripalu|
|Misty mountain morning view|
|One of the trails|
|Is this St. Francis?|
There were bunnies everywhere! I kept trying to get close to them but they kept running away. Too cute.
This is the Mama Tree or Prayer Tree that is on the mansion lawn. It's a very old Camperdown elm. It;s beautiful to go underneath it. The leaves form an amazing canopy and it feels like a secret tree cave.
One night we had a campfire. We sang songs and burned pieces of paper with wishes scrawled on them. We were promised a fire PIT, but I thought it was more like a fire bowl....Still a beautiful experience though.
|Lyra getting her hands henna-ed|
One night we stayed up "late" (like until 11, which IS late when you are waking up at 5 everyday) hanging out in the dining hall and one of my fellow teachers drew designs with henna for us. I have one on my ankle!
Me at graduation day! We all wore white. I wore a long white maxi dress and some hair jewelry from India.
My certificate is in that envelope. We had rose petals on the floor for the graduation ceremony and I kept one that looks like a heart.
Anyway, I do want to write about all the experiences I had at Kripalu on this blog, but it's just so much to unpack. I'm still integrating it and dealing with my training being over. I had such a great time with my fellow teacher trainees. I won't be sad because I know that I will see them again soon. I am sure I am in their hearts like they are in mine. Even if I don't see all of them again, I know we will still have a connection forever.