Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Energy....


It's a banking holiday here in Germany. The whole morning already I think it's like Sunday, but we've Tuesday. Sometimes I change the order of my routine. Today I took picture first (of myelf, hahahaha).

A practice is planned, of course. It doesn't matter when I start a bit later, then the body is softer and more willing to do anything I like it to do. This can be motivating.

The vinyasas shall be my focus. The movement between the asanas are so beautiful. They link the asanas. I want to be able to do them. If I compare it with a pearl necklace, the asanas are the pearls and the vinyasas are the little knots between the pearls.

Time to move on. 

19 comments:

ionut said...

This is the Ursula i know ! colour !!! evrika!!!

Ursula said...

I knew that u would like it.

It's true, it's more me.
But I like to experiment, I like to play.....:)

Ursula said...

What does evrika mean?

I'm sure you have the expertise.....so tell me, please.
Not that I want to learn Bulgarian language....hahahaha........

ionut said...

evrika is a famous expression ... it means something like ......."yes!this is it!" Archimedes said it when he discovered his famous phisycs law of the floating objects in the water...
it is what i have said today when i have found one of my fav songs and bookmarked it!
(Elisa Tovati & Tom Dice - Il nous faut) damn i love this song !!!

ionut said...

evrika=yes!this is it! this is how it translates ... and it is not gipsy , it is greek i think , Archimedes said it when he found his famous formula of the floating objects in the water after trying so hard....

i said it twice today , one time when i saw that red shirt that you were wearing and was thinking like yes this is how ursula is ...shiny ..... and i have said it again when i found my fav song and bookmarked it( Elisa Tovati & Tom Dice - Il nous faut )

Ursula said...

Ok, interesting. Thx.

ionut said...

I know some german , but the problem is i only know the alphabet and am only able to read ... though i do not know what it means :))))
I belong to a tribe of gypsy nomads from Romania , i actually speak romanian and my gypsy language ...but i can't teach you spells :))))

Ursula said...

German is a very difficult language (even Germans have difficulties to write it correctly).

Are you still a nomad or have you settled down. Tell me more, if you like, it sounds interesting...:)

Do you not speak Bulgarian language when you live there?

ionut said...

No i do not speak bulgarian ,bulgarian is a very differnt language then romanian,it belongs to the russian family(slav),romanian is a latin language...
My parents settled down as we grew a bit(we the kids)... no more nomad life , they wanted us to live in a block of flats ... learn how to write , go to school and all this stuff(and i actually learned how to write since i am posting on your blog :))) yes i believe it is totally different ...we belong to two very different cultures ... i mean the west is so so different!we are driven more by the instinct and heart and have other values . But as globalisation takes over nomads are forced to leave their nomad life life and "integrate" into the modern society ...

ionut said...

One very different thing from our worlds is the position of woman.In the west women try to be tough and get in very high social positions and prove they are equal to men and sometimes better ... and there are so many feminists and they are terorizing the guys.In our gypsy world it is so much different.The woman does not have get money at home from her job , the man must work and provide her and the family everything that she needs.The woman is actually like a boss ... i am trying to explain it very rudimentary , it is more complex ,in fact the woman is the center of the family , she is sacred and she doesn't have to prove anything ... it is a very special bond between two!
Can't explain really everything ... the main point is we protect more our women, we don't put them to stress ... i mean in the west women do even hard phisical labour wich is not accepted in our gypsy way of thinking ... a woman must do delicate work ... like being a doctor or a nurse or something like this ...

Ursula said...

I think this was very reasonable from your parents to create opportunities so that their children could learn to write and read.

We all grow together. I experience this as a great luck. I enjoy to have friends around the globe.
Of course generalizations are never true, there are tendencies in every country. I wish we were a bit more outgoing here. But this is not how it is here.

I think we've modern nomads now. So many business people fly around the globe from country to country.

I love big cities, I love to travel, but I'm not a nomad in my mind. I love routines...:)

Ursula said...

I think we all strive to live according our possibilities. What this is is the huge question.

I'm glad that I've said good-bye to so many concepts that were in my mind. Sometimes one stumbles from one prison to the next.

PS: I'm very excited now. I've enrolled for a photo class online. First challenge "candid". I sent a pic and now I'm curious about the feed-back. Ha....:)

ionut said...

wow! i wish you all the best ! if you like photography then why not make a job out of it if you are good at it ! though i heard the equimpent can cost up to 2000 euro ... it's a bit expensive but u can buy it in time !

Quentin said...

In My Humble Opinion vinyasa flow is signature for advanced yoga practice.

Ursula said...

I agree 100% Quentin....:)

Ursula said...

Yes Ionut, photography and writing shall bring me income.

I've a good camera already.
For Christmas I wish a new lens and a second accu from my parents. It's not that cheap. But technique is the one side (my weak one, how I think). Ideas are the other side,creativity, courage.
I love to do this. I need models, that's one of the next steps.

Anna said...

Eureka.

Ursula said...

:)

ionut said...

correct!
evrika is the pronunciation , eureka! is more correct ....... anyway ... the original greek word it is written like this : εύρηκα :))