Photograph by Aaron J. Sender
A rooftop conversation in Brooklyn, New Years Day
I visited December 30th for a day-long retreat on listening to the inner sound of silence — also known as nada yoga.
This photo speaks of stillness and motion — suggestion of both sitting and walking meditation — and a spacious timeless silence.
In the early days of Buddhism statues depicting the Buddha were taboo, and footprints often represented his presence/absence and continued impression.
No, these are not my shoes — but they must be somebody’s favorite pair. (If they are yours, let me know. I’d love to hear from you.)
More photos from this visit here.