Yoga advice

Have been hearing and experiencing some new stuff at yoga over the last couple of weeks as the regular instructor is away and other instructors are taking it in turns to cover his classes.

One phrase that was used to describe how hard we should try when contorting ourselves into a pose has stuck with me – maybe useful for life outside yoga:

Don’t try to be somewhere where you think you should be. Just be where you are.

It’s perhaps the opposite of how one should conduct oneself in this fast-paced gotta-be-noticed world which is probably why it causes pause for thought.


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