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  • Queen Elizabeth II, broke the tradition by wearing a lighter crown for Monday’s state opening of parliament, instead of the heavier one she had worn for the same event 64 times before.
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The Imperial State Crown, encrusted with nearly 3,000 diamonds, was placed on a table close to the throne from which she delivered her Queen’s Speech setting out Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s work programme. The 93-year-old monarch wore the lighter Diamond Diadem, also known as the George IV diadem, as she read the speech from a throne, accompanied by her eldest son and heir, Prince Charles, 70.
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The queen has previously worn the diadem en route to state openings of parliament and for many other official events. In a BBC documentary in 2018, the queen said the Imperial State Crown, which weighs 1.3 kilogrammes, was very unwieldy. The crown was made for the coronation of her father, King George VI, in 1937 and worn by the queen for her own coronation, as well as 64 previous state openings of parliament.
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“Once you put it on, it stays,’’ the queen told the broadcaster. “And you can’t look down to read the speech, you have to take the speech up,’’ she added. "Because if you look down, your neck would break and the crown would fall off.’’
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The Imperial State Crown features 2,868 diamonds, plus sapphires, emeralds and hundreds of pearls. The diadem, made for George IV’s coronation in 1821, has just 1,333 diamonds, according to the Royal Collection Trust.
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  • Queen Elizabeth II, broke the tradition by wearing a lighter crown for Monday’s state opening of parliament, instead of the heavier one she had worn for the same event 64 times before.
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    The Imperial State Crown, encrusted with nearly 3,000 diamonds, was placed on a table close to the throne from which she delivered her Queen’s Speech setting out Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s work programme. The 93-year-old monarch wore the lighter Diamond Diadem, also known as the George IV diadem, as she read the speech from a throne, accompanied by her eldest son and heir, Prince Charles, 70.
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    The queen has previously worn the diadem en route to state openings of parliament and for many other official events. In a BBC documentary in 2018, the queen said the Imperial State Crown, which weighs 1.3 kilogrammes, was very unwieldy. The crown was made for the coronation of her father, King George VI, in 1937 and worn by the queen for her own coronation, as well as 64 previous state openings of parliament.
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    “Once you put it on, it stays,’’ the queen told the broadcaster. “And you can’t look down to read the speech, you have to take the speech up,’’ she added. "Because if you look down, your neck would break and the crown would fall off.’’
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    The Imperial State Crown features 2,868 diamonds, plus sapphires, emeralds and hundreds of pearls. The diadem, made for George IV’s coronation in 1821, has just 1,333 diamonds, according to the Royal Collection Trust.
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  • Reposted from @howtopracticeyoga (@get_regrann) -  Did you know your back pain could be coming from your hamstrings? Try these modifications out, and  Share this with someone that could benefit and save it for your personal practice! #YogaTeacher @omkarlie
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✨ Freedom in half split ✨
While the top pic, with head to leg, is what people generally push themselves towards, chasing the exterior “shell” of the pose, the lower picture is where the real, deep, connected STRENGTH & FLEXIBILITY at the core of the pose unfolds.
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😢Common mistakes:
🚫tucked tailbone .
🚫c-curved spine.
🚫weak or floppy front foot. .
🚫 Straightening front leg to quickly
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 After 15 years of practice and education (and injury), I know where the top alignment leads: hamstring attachment tears, an unstable pelvis, herniated disks, psiatica, shortness of breath, anxiety. Yeah, all of that, sooner or later. .
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💖Practice this:
1) flex the s*** out of front foot and spread toes. Push heel down into floor until all your leg muscles turn on.
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2) BEND KNEE on extended leg for pelvic mobility.
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3) Tuck tail bone, round out your lumbar curve ... then tell your self “NO!, never again! I will stop tucking my tailbone in order to create the issue ion of flexibility!”
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4) massively UNTUCK tailbone and feel how the untucking of tailbone along lengthens hamstring.
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5) With bent knee, tip pelvis forward and reach sit bones back back back, like you are trying to put your sits bones on wall behind you. This action will slowly begin to fold the torso foreword over front leg.
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6) RESPECT THE LUMBAR CURVE (yes, even in forward folds!). Extend spine long in two directions.
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7) To straighten leg and fold forward more, keep tilting pelvis (master of the movement of the spine) to increasingly lengthen back of leg and move the spine forward. .
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Notice that point where you want to tuck your tail to fold more- DONT DO IT!!! Work there, at that edge 👍👊💪 - 
Repost @howtopracticeyoga .
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🧚‍♂️ @yoga_healers
  • Reposted from @howtopracticeyoga (@get_regrann) - Did you know your back pain could be coming from your hamstrings? Try these modifications out, and Share this with someone that could benefit and save it for your personal practice! #YogaTeacher @omkarlie
    ・・・
    ✨ Freedom in half split ✨
    While the top pic, with head to leg, is what people generally push themselves towards, chasing the exterior “shell” of the pose, the lower picture is where the real, deep, connected STRENGTH & FLEXIBILITY at the core of the pose unfolds.
    .
    😢Common mistakes:
    🚫tucked tailbone .
    🚫c-curved spine.
    🚫weak or floppy front foot. .
    🚫 Straightening front leg to quickly
    .
    After 15 years of practice and education (and injury), I know where the top alignment leads: hamstring attachment tears, an unstable pelvis, herniated disks, psiatica, shortness of breath, anxiety. Yeah, all of that, sooner or later. .
    .
    💖Practice this:
    1) flex the s*** out of front foot and spread toes. Push heel down into floor until all your leg muscles turn on.
    .
    2) BEND KNEE on extended leg for pelvic mobility.
    .
    3) Tuck tail bone, round out your lumbar curve ... then tell your self “NO!, never again! I will stop tucking my tailbone in order to create the issue ion of flexibility!”
    .
    4) massively UNTUCK tailbone and feel how the untucking of tailbone along lengthens hamstring.
    .
    5) With bent knee, tip pelvis forward and reach sit bones back back back, like you are trying to put your sits bones on wall behind you. This action will slowly begin to fold the torso foreword over front leg.
    .
    6) RESPECT THE LUMBAR CURVE (yes, even in forward folds!). Extend spine long in two directions.
    .
    7) To straighten leg and fold forward more, keep tilting pelvis (master of the movement of the spine) to increasingly lengthen back of leg and move the spine forward. .
    .
    Notice that point where you want to tuck your tail to fold more- DONT DO IT!!! Work there, at that edge 👍👊💪 -
    Repost @howtopracticeyoga .
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    🧚‍♂️ @yoga_healers
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  • A strapless Pixie makes the perfect slimline clutch.
📸 @sophiaippoliti
  • A strapless Pixie makes the perfect slimline clutch.
    📸 @sophiaippoliti
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  • Have you ever ridden a camel? Even a donkey? It's not very comfortable!!!! Unless your experienced and some what hardened up I can imagine long journeys historically being a huge challenge.  I'll think about their blessed we are the next time I'm dispairing with the children on a long drive!

Imagine the joy after travelling for miles and miles,  days on end,  and finally finding the Lord. I am thankful for the Bible and these exotic Magi men from afar fulfilling prophecy in Isaiah and psalm 37, putting more messianic pieces together. 
You might be on a journey to find Christ. It might feel uncomfortable and painful, but this morning I pray for you and that one day as you sit in the joy of the Lord you are able to look back at all the pieces of your journey,  your puzzle, slotting together into the picture of your salvation.
  • Have you ever ridden a camel? Even a donkey? It's not very comfortable!!!! Unless your experienced and some what hardened up I can imagine long journeys historically being a huge challenge. I'll think about their blessed we are the next time I'm dispairing with the children on a long drive!

    Imagine the joy after travelling for miles and miles, days on end, and finally finding the Lord. I am thankful for the Bible and these exotic Magi men from afar fulfilling prophecy in Isaiah and psalm 37, putting more messianic pieces together.
    You might be on a journey to find Christ. It might feel uncomfortable and painful, but this morning I pray for you and that one day as you sit in the joy of the Lord you are able to look back at all the pieces of your journey, your puzzle, slotting together into the picture of your salvation.
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  • Good morning🌹
  • Good morning🌹
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