Magic & Ordinariness: Modern Day Yoga Wisdom for Better Connections Paperback – 5 Jun 2018
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This book is THE go-to for developing awareness of self, and communicating with clarity, within the field of relationships and relating.
Jemima elucidates the tenets of the 8 limbs of yoga, and explains how to practise them to enhance everyday life.
I love the questions she asks of the reader at the end of each chapter...they really are food for thought.
Rather than devouring the book rapidly (as I normally do with books I love) I found myself savouring each chapter...chewing over the questions, and digesting the points Jemima makes about how we can live fruitful lives together... 'together' as in with each other, ...and 'together' as in keeping oneself congruent, balanced and self-possessed.
Jemima is passionate about showing people how to have harmonious relationships.
She writes intelligently and perspicaciously about how to have fulfilling, authentic connection in whatever arena a relationship may be.
Jemima writes with intellectual integrity, utilising a wide-ranging vocabulary, interspersed with the perfect amount of personal anecdotes and reflection.
My recommendation is that one read is not enough... from each subsequent reading you will gleam more illumination on how to enhance relationships, not only with others, but also with oneself.
This is the magic in the ordinariness.
The parts on yoga were new for me and I found it really interesting to have ancient yoga ideas made clear and concise and relatable and it motivated me to want to use them more in my life.