Where’s Dharma

“Better to live your own dharma badly than someone else’s perfectly.” But how do you tell what your dharma is?

We come back to the union of feeling and intellect. We recognize and acknowledge our feelings, then we examine them, and over time we discern where they lead us.

+5Cat & Dog, Table (Contractions, Extensions) > Ardha Dhanurasana (Both sides), Parivrtta Adho Mukha Svanasana
+20Regular, Prasarita (optional hands in reverse anjali mudra), Lizard, Ardha Hanumasana
+35Virabhadrasana II > Vasisthasana > Parsvakonasana > Vasisthasana (Bottom leg in tree) > Trikonasana > Baby Kapinjalasana, Parivrtta Parsvakonasana
+50Tree (Half Lotus) > Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana > Garudasana > Eka Pada Galavasana
+60Malasana > Ardha Pasasana, Bakasana > Eka Pada Bakasana II (> Eka Pada Bakasana I), Eka Pada Rajakapotasana (Regular, Thigh Stretch), Shalabhasana (Hands bound, lifted)
+75Janu Sirsasana (Regular, Parivrtta), Upavistha (> Kurmasana), Sarvangasana, Shavasana

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Published by Michael Alan Dorman

Programmer, yogi, guitarist, drummer.