Teacher. Student. Friend. Brother. ❤️🙏🏽🕉 Post author:Dominic Post published:November 20, 2019 Post category:Uncategorized Post comments:0 Comments I have developed some of the deepest friendships that I could have ever hoped to have in my travels and time spent in India🇮🇳The relationship I have built with myself since my first day here, and then those which I have built with authentic gentlemen (and women!😋) like Sajith🙏🏽are so deep and unbelievably strong long lasting bonds. The first time I came here in 2017 I was completely mixed up, having lost my confidence and my desire to ever putting my energy into anything, or anyone. With the exception of the multiple yoga sessions a day I would attend and Ayurvedic treatments; I very much preferred my solitude, my self study, and the majority of my time spent alone in reflective and introspective thought. My time talking with Sajith outside of class, was some of the only speaking I did on that trip. For there was nothing which I could give him, nor anything which he desired. He gave me so many answers, so much direction and support in a way that so few ever had. The purest form of friendship is this, sharing that which you may offer completely and not expecting nor desiring anything in return; then in return, being respectful and appreciative of the gifts, wisdom and energy the individual is sharing with you in pursuit of your own personal growth and evolution. 🧬🧙🏽♂️All I have had to offer him in return is my gratitude, respect, appreciation, and to then share the abundance he has with me, out in the🌎🕉💗🕉 Sharing in the same way as my teacher has with me, through his words but more importantly his own manifestly pure actions. So grateful for Sajith, every bit a Yogi, and one of the truest friends I have ever had, my Brother😊🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🕉 You Might Also Like Obsession with “Success” is failure. December 19, 2019 Supreme Acceptance December 19, 2019 Poolside Handstand Workshop with friends December 13, 2019 Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.