Consider the power of the idea that you choose to do something good for yourself.
The practice shifts us. There’s no magic, just the choice to change.
The yoga practice isn’t a contest with our body, it’s a dialog with our body. We can adopt a confrontational style of discourse, or we can adopt an intimate, loving one.
If repetition is the thing that takes us further into the practice, the attitude we take into our repetition is going to constrain how the practice serves us.
The nature of practice is that it shows its effects over time. We must take the time to let it mold us.
Omnia Mutantur, Nihil Enterit.
Peel back the layers. Endure the tears to cook it down to the sweetness.
Change is nothing to fear. We practice to become acquainted with the deeper part of us. The unchanging part.
Everything changes, but nothing is truly lost.
Everything that begins, ends. The sound of OM reminds us of this, asks us to embrace the possibility of transformation.