So many people are afraid of yoga, and the photo on the right is one reason why.
Sometimes we think calm means comfort. This misunderstanding can cause confusion. When we believe this, live according to it, well...we will develop a habit of rejecting our discomfort to chase after calm. We think chasing calm is what we are “supposed to do” to be healthy. And we look around and see everyone else chasing calm too.
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Following this new podcast and @irenelyon for all things nervous system related— the physiology of mental health is critical to gaining more personal agency over “what happens” in your life!
What are you aiming at?
Because you don’t know what you don’t know.
Does thought of being with yourself make you uncomfortable? Do you “stay busy” to avoid the discomfort?
Self-Study for Self-Realization
Action speaks louder than words, so rather than only using the muscles of the mouth and the language center of your brain, use your whole body and being to give thanks— to demonstrate gratitude. Move closer, touch, and hold the people you love today, if you are blessed with their presence. Take time to smell, savor, and enjoy the food your body automatically transforms into added vitality for you.
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