By Rebecca Eschenroeder POETIC JUSTICE

Infinite Flow: Ebbing And Flowing Through Time And Space


Muscles ache to move.

Mind craves stillness.

We are exquisite paradoxes ebbing and flowing through time and space.

Landing feels so nice…for a moment

Now I’m ready to fly.

We are forever changing, neglecting the sea of stagnancy.

Stories always come to an end.

This journey has only just begun.

And will begin again, and again, and again.

We are timeless.

We are limitless.

We are infinite.

Rebecca Eschenroeder’s book, “Collecting Feathers” is available worldwide. Order directly from her website!

This poem was originally published on Great Abiding Yoga and is reprinted here with the permission of the author.

Photo by Farsai Chaikulngamdee on Unsplash

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Rebecca Eschenroeder

Most teachers know the asana and the message behind yoga. Becky Eschenroeder lives it. When you practice with Becky, you get more than a teacher on the mat; you gain guidance for your daily life. Becky’s credentials, ERYT200/ERYT500/RCYT, Certified Coach and Mentor, highlight her teaching capabilities. Beloved by her hometown in Richmond, VA, Becky has transformed countless lives through her teaching. Expanding beyond the river-city streets, she is on the road to share her gift with you and your community. Take advantage of this unique chance to practice with Becky Eschenroeder and observe how her presence to continues to impact your life even when her mat is gone.

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