Surrendering to the time I need with Ishvarapranidhana

Ishvarapranidhana is my homework this week

Wow! what a journey this has been! Last week was an opportunity to take a new look at self-study. Can we be an observer without judgment? Can we allow awareness with Ahimsa?

And now a place of surrender! Literally. For my final week, I looked at how I can simply allow. For someone, you have to do it yourself to get results wow this was hard. So what have I learned in all this?

Watch the video to find out!

Thank you for taking this journey with me. I hope you had some fun listening to my story and that in some way I inspired you to reflect on your own answers.

Want to learn more about Ishvarapranidhana?

Jump to Etymology and meaning – Īśhvarapraṇidhāna is a Sanskrit compound word composed of two words īśvara (ईश्वर) and praṇidhāna (प्रणिधान). Īśvara (sometimes spelled Īshvara) literally means“owner of best, beautiful”, “ruler of choices, blessings, boons”, or “chief of suitor, lover”. Later religious literature … Wikipedia

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