“My profession is to always find God in nature.” – Henry David Thoreau
This glorious brief film by Hans Meir Buijtendorp moved my heart immeasurably.
There is nothing grander than being in tune with nature and I delighted in every graceful hummingbird’s twirl, bee’s interaction and flower’s bloom.
There are so few words to describe this beautifully done short film. I hope your soul will be moved as much as mine was.
“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.” – Lao Tzu
Photos: Still shots from video.
“All that is important is this one moment in movement. Make the moment important, vital, and worth living. Do not let it slip away unnoticed and unused.” – Martha Graham
It would seem that there are so many thoughts on what real yoga is—Is it done in a heated room? In a studio? At home? On our heads?
While I am guilty of having my own opinions, I have neither done nor seen anything remotely similar to the likes of what is in the following video in any yoga class that I have been to.
But, the other day, when a friend shared this video, I found it to be very beautiful, sensual, and uplifting. The choreography is so graceful and I felt others might agree and gain a little appreciation and inspiration from watching it as well.
Photos: Screen shots from video.
Sexy, Silly, Brave, Epic, Elegant (well, mostly)
Check out the video (and the article that goes with it) when you need a ‘bliss-fix’ by clicking on:
Feel the Joy!