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"Yoga Extras:" Resources for : Fri 4/26-Tue 4/30, 2024

I am creating these "Yoga Extras" blog posts for those of you resonating with the public yoga classes & Yoga Teacher Trainings I am leading. Inside of these blog posts you will find extra resources that support our weekly class theme. The weekly classes I guide are themed according to the season & collective energetic "weather"--This is of course influenced by many things; for instance, not only national and global events but how masses of people are feeling about and reacting to those events. It is also influenced by space weather (see & the current movement/placement of celestial bodies ie: the sun, moon, planets, nodes, stars, etc. You can find me teaching currently at Black Swan Yoga (North-Anderson) in Austin, TX. I am on the schedule as "Erika K." Mention this webpage for a free class.



2 more weeks to get on the waiting list for this training.

Text 561-703-9150 (or email

with your email if you would like to get your name put

on the growing waiting list for this potential fall

training. You will then receive further information in

the occasional video & copy newsletter with further


P.S. See the last 3 or so blogs for some preliminary

info. on this training.


Love, love.



Click the image below for the music from this week's class:

For this week's reading, see below:

Below are writing prompts based on Hafiz's poem. If you resonate with the reading, I highly suggest writing to get to a deeper truth within yourself,

using as a bolster the wisdom in these writings.

  1. Write a narrative poem from the perspective of someone who has embraced their loneliness as a source of strength and insight. Explore how they navigate the world and find meaning in their solitude.

  2. Craft a short story about two characters who initially resist their loneliness but eventually find solace and connection through embracing it. What events lead them to this realization?

  3. Create a series of journal entries from the point of view of a character who is struggling with loneliness. How do their feelings evolve over time, and what epiphanies do they experience along the way?

  4. Compose a dialogue between two individuals—one who sees loneliness as a burden to be avoided and another who sees it as an opportunity for growth. How do their perspectives clash, and is there a middle ground they can reach?

  5. Imagine a world where loneliness is tangible, personified entity. Write a speculative fiction story where the protagonist must confront and ultimately befriend this embodiment of loneliness in order to find peace.

  6. Write a reflective essay discussing the societal stigma surrounding loneliness and how it impacts individuals' perceptions of themselves. Explore ways in which this stigma can be challenged and overcome.

  7. Create a series of interconnected poems exploring different facets of loneliness—its beauty, its pain, its transformative power, and its potential for healing.

  8. Write a letter from a mentor figure to a younger person struggling with loneliness, offering wisdom and guidance on how to embrace and make the most of their solitude.

  9. Craft a screenplay for a short film centered around a character who retreats into solitude after a personal loss. Explore how they navigate their loneliness and ultimately find redemption through self-discovery.

  10. Imagine a world where loneliness is celebrated rather than feared. Write a dystopian story where society has eradicated all forms of loneliness, but at what cost? What does true connection look like in this world, and is it sustainable?

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