About yogapoetics and Lauren

Awaken love.

Enlarge the scope of your imagining, so it becomes big enough to include the truth.
You are not who you think you are.

This is my ambition — through these words to awaken your imagination and to evoke remembrance of your essential nature.

Yoga means union, oneness. Poetics are the acts and creations (music, laughter, words, rhythm, a place, a gesture, a wind, an image, a gaze, a touch, a moment of pure stillness, a teaching, a story…) that inspire remembrance of union, even when you don’t know you’ve forgotten anything. Poetics are what is calling your attention to the grace and wonder alive in this moment. May these yogapoetics act upon you to awaken the light inside, to dissolve your amnesia, to align you with the unchanging essence of your being. Grace is present, here, now.

The poet David Whyte said:

You must learn one thing.
The world was made to be free in.

My name is Lauren Worsh. I have recently moved back to the pacific northwest and am currently living in Seattle.

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I have created this blog to share what inspires me. It is my hope that you will find inspiration here, and will return often.

Feel free to contact me at madbluewings@gmail.com

9 thoughts on “About yogapoetics and Lauren

  1. Dana Carman says:

    These words spoken above carry your Wholehearted Spirit and a transmission of beauty, wisdom and grace.

    What a wonderful gift to yourself and the world!

  2. Sandra Jensen says:

    lovely to find you here, lovely to read you.

  3. Ted DesMaisons says:

    This will be good, Lauren.

    • madbluewings says:

      Hi Ted! Thank you for reading. I’m inconsistent here, as you will see if you look at the dates of the posts. But I hope you still swing by. These days I’ve taken to cross-posting on Facebook my posts here, so may be more inspired to post here again with some regularity.

  4. Love this Blog! Thanks for visiting my Facebook page, Lauren. Great stuff.

    Warm Regards,

    Sean

  5. Bruce Kunkel says:

    Lovely and compelling work, Lauren! I didn’t know you were a poem, but surely you are!

  6. Bryce says:

    thank you for your gift of you, lauren.

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