In order to understand what clutter is, you need to define where it comes from.
Negative Emotions And What To Do With Them. The Practicality Of Yoga On Daily Life When Dealing With Negative Emotions.
Probably the most important thing to remember when it comes to emotions, positive or negative, is that you are a human and you will feel ALL range of emotions.
How should we deal with our negative emotions without spiralling down into negative thoughts, depression and anxiety?
A cluttered mind is restless and unfocused.
Yoga teaches us to accept our personal limits, our individual states of mind and body.
Yoga is not about judging others. It is a practice of love. And it is just that—practice.
Stay true to yourself. Make your practice about yourself. Remember you are unique and so is your practice. And being able to do a handstand or a deep backbend doesn’t make you a yogi, and certainly not an advanced one.
A classical ‘resting position’ in yoga is CHILD POSE. A good teacher would encourage the students to take a child pose anytime throughout the class when their body needs a rest. But, for some reason, we tend to resist the urge to relax, probably out of fear of being perceived as incapable or lazy.
7 Ways To Incorporate Yoga Principles Into Your Everyday Life #3 REMEMBER THAT GOOD THINGS TAKE TIME
Only through giving ourselves time and space to grow can we improve. Good things take time.
While you need a steady and focused gaze on the mat to maintain balance, the same holds true off the mat.
This week, I would like to share with you 7 ways to extend your practice beyond the mat, one principle every day.
We all get the same 24 hours in a day so how is it that some people are able to accomplish so much more than the rest of the population? And how can you start doing the same?
“The challenge is not to manage time, but to manage ourselves.” – Stephen Covey