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Consider "Sa" and "Su" dorky-looking? Or do you just like the idea of pretty , concise symbols?
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Why not take a step backwards in history and revive some older symbols that do the job just fine! These are historical symbols for the days of the week. I actually first ran across them in the Webster's Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary and have been using them for a couple of decades now.
I still have to resort to other things when typing , alas, but that's how it goes As an added bonus, each of these symbols also has at least two other meanings: a metal, and a "planet" in the older meaning of the word -- a heavenly body which moves across the sky; until recently, "planet" included the sun and the moon. In French, the association between days and planets is a little easier to see. Observations about other languages?
Drop me a line. This is also the astrological symbol for the sun and the alchemical symbol for gold Au.
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Makes sense, given the colour of the sun and the colour of gold. This will quickly loosen everything that needs to be loosened to sit. It feels really good.
I love it! If you have more time, there is a five minute yoga sequence that is awesome. However, it will have to be a separate post, since to describe it requires pictures and full descriptions to communicate it effectively. BTW, if you meditate first thing after awakening in the morning, I would recommend sitting before doing any stretching. Have at it! Related posts.