The Lexicology of Versatility

versatile-bloggerSo I got nominated. My first ever!! I graciously thank Evolving Yogi. *curtsies at ya* I don’t quite get yet what this nomination-thingy is, and I know there are several kinds. In time I’ll get to know them. What matters now is I’m nominated and I’ll bask in its glory!!

Kidding. πŸ™‚

It comes with rules though. Don’t we rather break the rules? Sounds more fun that way. πŸ˜‰
To the nominees, link here for the rules: The Versatile Blogger Award by Evolving Yogi.

The word lexicology is defined as:

the study of the formation, meaning, and use of words.

Random House Kernerman Webster's College Dictionary, Β© 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd. Copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved.

the study of the meanings of words and of idiomatic combinations. 

Ologies & -Isms. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

My nominees, through the time I have read their blogs, all depict their own form, functioning with the abundance they have, expressing their exuberance through their words and how life means to them. They can never be defined with only one word because they are on their own a mosaic of versatility.

alohaleya
ctyoga
CultFit
half moon yoga
I’m Hot But I’m Human
Lakshmi Loves To Shop
Sisterhood of the Traveling Mats
Spiritual World Traveler
suzanne morgan yoga
Taozi Tree Yoga
Yoga with Maheshwari

I could go on and on with different blog names; but let’s begin with these inspiring muses I have curiously tapped my fingers on and poured my eager eyes upon reading their expressions. Come check out their blogs. =)

And for the finale, where by rule, I am to share some things about me… … I’ve got only one.
It’s my birthday today.
And there is no other way to express this day than share our versatility together.
Namaste! =)

Incidentally, it’s my 100th post! How cool is that??!!!

 

22 thoughts on “The Lexicology of Versatility

  1. Happy Birthday!!! Congratulations on your award as well, you more than anyone else deserves such an honor. The positive energy you put forth in your writing is both inspiring and touching, thank you!

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  2. Aw thank you my dear!! And CONGRATS on your nomination, 100th post, and your birthday!! Sending you tons of blessings n hugs n Italian warm wishes for an upcoming year of miracles and magic and amazing new connections. xo aleya

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    1. For a second there, I skimmed reading your reply and thought you’re sending an Italian… … … wouldn’t that be exciting??!!
      Keeping positive with the years ahead. It’s the only way to connect with miracles and magic.
      Keep having fun there!!! xo

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      1. The first week after the training, I was detoxing physically, spiritually, mentally and emotionally! It was a tough week. I’ve been given the opportunity to do a mentorship with someone who is authorized to teach traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga!!! So, I’m doing that now. Mostly teaching friends still. πŸ™‚

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        1. Teaching friends is one of the best ways to acclimate yourself into being an instructor. Always ask for feedbacks. Also, attend other classes. You’ll notice that your view now is different compared when you were a student with no clue how to teach yoga. You’ll notice certain phrases, cues, and teaching styles that you may like. The beauty of yoga is that tho there are ‘sort of’ patented practices, we share what we know and we can take what we can.

          Envious!! Would love to go through the whole ashtanga series! There’s always ongoing classes in the city, but it is hard to travel back n forth for it. Plus gas. Plus the time since it’s broken down throughout the year.

          I’m babbling. Haha! Tell me more!! xo

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            1. I feel you’ll love it. And may end up going through it. The beauty of ashtanga is that it builds strength to develop yourself in transitioning to the series. I find it very deep and soulful as one practices their own pace. My training is Ashtanga-Iyengar. And it would be wonderful to dive into it more.

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