Make space to accept things in your life, and make space around the things you don’t need to hold onto.
We make space to accommodate life.
Seek out happiness, have compassion for sadness, delight in virtue, and let the wicked pass.
Befriend the happy, have compassion for the sad, rejoice in the virtuous, and shun the wicked.
It’s easy to get overextended, overcommitted. The yoga practice reminds us to pay attention to our resources, to choose skillfully and appropriately, to cultivate the things that will support and serve us, and let go of the rest.
Befriend the happy, have compassion for the unhappy, delight in the virtuous, and disregard the wicked.
Beware the Lions and Tigers and Bears!
We stick with the path, we follow where it leads, we make progress.
We stay with the program, we continue even when things are challenging because that moment of challenge is also the moment of transformation.
I’m going to be doing quite a bit of substitute teaching at Durham Yoga Company during the next month.