Freddie Wyndham Yoga - logophilosophy
  1. Prayer
  2. Dhyana, Jnana and Bhakti - Living the Life of a Yogi
  3. Meditation - Experiencing Your Beingness
  4. Happiness is the natural state of our Being
  5. Conscious Awareness
  6. Metaphors to illustrate the Nature of our True Self the Soul
  7. What is the Heart?
  8. Our Soul is our true and deepest Teacher
  9. Two facets of our Spiritual Practice and Life
  10. What is Yoga?
  11. Jnanahata Yoga
  12. Our Sadhana is a process of Purification
  13. Samskaras
  14. Sanskrit and The Study of The Yoga Texts and Scriptures
  15. Yoga Sutras
  1. Patanjali's Eight Limbs of Yoga
  2. Dhyana (meditation)
  3. Samadhi
  4. The Metaphor of a Raft Flowing On a River
  5. A guided Dhyana Practice
  6. Intuition and Omniscience
  7. What is Meditation?
  8. Practicing the Presence
  9. What is Enlightenment?
  10. Chanting and Mantra
  11. Yoga and Spirituality
  12. New Years Message 2009
  13. Reawakening: Spring Message 2010
  14. How do you define Love?
  15. Christmas/New Years Prayer/Message 2011
  16. The Miracle of Yoga - New Years Message 2012
  17. Heaven of our Hearts - New Years Message 2013

Reawakening: Spring Message 2010

I live in New York in a beautiful little community just outside of New York City. Last week a winter storm dumped 14" of snow on us. Today is February 28. This morning as the sun came up I was sitting watching the morning sunshine pouring onto the remaining snow. I started to sense the coming of spring. It may be a month away, but even though the winter birds were still on our bird feeder, I could hear the song of a spring bird. They're forecasting snow for tonight and tomorrow, but it's supposed to only be a few inches. Maybe it's a spring snow?

Snow sceneI just heard the spring bird song again! I can feel and hear spring coming. Even though I love winter, and all seasons, it feels good to know that spring is on its way. Be aware of how you feel. Notice within yourself the beginnings of spring. Just like nature around us, as spring begins to dawn, we begin to open and eventually bloom just like the flowers and trees. Notice the gentle stirring in your heart as it begins to open. Be aware of that subtle energy within you as it begins to awaken.

Inspiration and creativity are an inherent part of us and are always there. But spring is an amazing time of reawakening, and if we align ourselves with this natural process within us, our sadhana (practice) will take on a deeper dimension.

Let each breath and moment be a new beginning, an awakening of the tremendous joy, light and truth within you that is your heart. Let everything you do be a reemerging of the compassion, love and tenderness that is and always has been you. Settle into the hereness and the nowness of the still, quiet and boundless joy and love that is your infinite and eternal nature, and let that be where you live out from and express in each and every moment of your existence.

With love and blessings,