You may have noticed something new in the studio space. It’s called the Thought Box and it looks like this:
Kicking off the week with a soulful start, every Monday a question will be posted on the Thought Box. The questions serve as a call to our community at Sanctuary Yoga to share ideas, perspective, wisdom, compassion, inspiration and more. Your responses will be posted on the blog the following Monday along with the new question of the week. Let’s keep it going! Put a little soul into it.
LasT Week’s Debut Question
Last week, the debut question asked was, “What does love and respect mean to you?”
It is a wide question, one I could write about all day long. It is also one of many that I feel is best answered by community. Specifically, I chose to ask this question as the debut Thought Box question because love and respect are two key values of the Amala Foundation, the nonprofit organization directly supported by Sanctuary Yoga. The Amala Foundation unites and empowers youth of all walks of life and inspires them to grow as individuals and as leaders in service to humanity.
Answering last week’s question, “What does love and respect mean to you?”, only one thought was received. This may be because someone moved the Thought Box into a cabinet at some point. It remains unknown how long it was hidden. I apologize for the lack of opportunity to participate. If you do not see the Thought Box on the table outside by the door, or inside on the counter, please ask the instructor to check inside the cabinet for you. Markers and paper are also in the cabinet for you if they are not on the counter.
So what was the one response?
In only one word, and one response, I couldn’t have summed it up any more beautifully.
*If you would still like to share your thoughts on this question, feel free to in the comment section at the end of this post.
Question of the Week
This week’s question comes from Yoga Instructor Kim Humphreys. She asks, “What are you grateful for?”
*When submitting your thoughts, you may keep your name anonymous or use a real name or nickname if preferred.
Do you have a question you would like our community to share thoughts on? Comment below with your question!