There’s nothing you sing that hasn’t been sung

We each have our unique quality, but our human experience will always hold much in common.

+10Anjaneyasana, Virabhadrasana I Lunge (with block under knee almost twist), Parivrtta Parsvakonasana
+25Parsvakonasana > Trikonasana, Ardha Vasisthasana (as psoas stretch), Navasana > Ardha Navasana, Eka Pada Bhujasana
+40Lunge (at wall), Adho Mukha Vrksasana, Eka Pada Rajakapotasana (Block under knee, Turn toward knee)
+55Shalabhasana (Hands on hips individual legs), Setubandhasana (Asymmetrical block), Gomukhasana > Ardha Matseyandrasana
+70Janu Sirsasana, Omega, Dwi Pada Yogidandasana, Shavasana

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viparyayo mithyā-jñānam atad rūpa pratiṣṭhaṁ

Wrong thinking stems from mis-perception.

It would bore and depress me to try and enumerate or meditate upon all the ways we as humans get things wrong–we show an amazing mastery at it, and the consequences are often dire.

Instead, I will direct you to ZeFrank, who has a wonderful story of people united by the realization that their feelings, so deep and personal, were shared by others–because it seems to me that the mis-perception that lies at the heart of so much suffering is that we are alone, that our pain cannot be understood, that no one can sympathize.

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