My Yoga journey started six years ago. During my studies I barely paid any attention to my physical well being. A lot of parting, no movement, lots of alcohol and other rharemful substances etc.
When it comes to yoga, I always put a lot of pressure on me.
I want to balance on my hands faster, achieve the full split within a week and do the most fancy positions without any practice.
I sometimes don’t leave space for the beauty of the process, for the satisfaction of learning and the soft tickling sensation of slow progress.
While being so obsessed with the end result, I often forget that the path itself holds so much beauty, potential for growth and wisdom. That I achieve my goals while practicing, not while mastering the perfect handstand, scorpion and wheel.
I forget that yoga is not about standing on your head and twisting your body into most fancy positions – yoga is about standing strong on your own feet, being grounded in your own presence and balancing your past, your future, all your emotions in a healthy way and take that off the mat into your everyday life.
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