As my daughters start their first week of the school year, I recall the feeling: new subjects, new teachers, new challenges. In Zen, they talk about beginner's mind, which we tend to lose as we become set in our adult ways of thinking and doing. It's a continuous practice to let go of the past so that we don't project it onto the present moment. Whether you're in a yoga pose you've done a thousand times or a conversation with your spouse of 50 years, can you wipe clean the slate of your mind, and be fully available to the blessings this moment has for you? Are you willing to see through new eyes? Beginner's mind. Start now.