Are you going through changes and finding it difficult to let go of something or someone? Are there ideas you have about who you are or how your life should be that are keeping you in a place of resistance and rejection of reality, not allowing you to be fully present with what is? Are you clear on how you can "let go" and how you can guide your yoga students to observe, reflect and get clarity on this theme?
There is a story that illustrates the meaning of "letting go" and provides a clear path for this process. I invite you to check it out and use it for your own yoga practice or to guide your students into a deep and enlightening reflection for the benefit of their own mental and emotional wellbeing.
We practice yoga to find union. But what does this UNION really mean? The aim of the yoga practice is to experience “Sat Chi Ananda” the bliss of the consciousness of the self. We go deeper to know who we are and realise that as we are we are complete, there is nothing to achieve, nothing to become. There is nowhere else to get to. How? Read this...
How does your mind react when you are facing a challenge? Do you want to get rid of it immediately? Do you run away? Do you blame yourself? Do you get frustrated? On and off your yoga mat, imagine a different approach to challenges, where they are welcomed and appreciated. How could we develop this nerw approach?