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James Antonio Geary

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Gorgeous Mich

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“Don't expect to be happy if you indefinitely ignore your heart. When all is said and done, our only responsibility is to our inner guide, and to respond to it by doing what it is telling us. No amount of aspiration toward a particular goal can bring it to fruition without some action. This is the very definition of spirituality in action: to put into action what you KNOW, what you are certain of at the core of your being. If you fail to respond quickly enough to inner guidance, you may lose the specific opportunity to which it was trying to lead you.” @yogaruparodstryker . . Is inner guidance knocking? Are you going to answer? . . 📸: @i.see.divinity . . #keeppracticing

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WHAN Healthy Body & Soul ,variation #keeppracticing มุมเดิมของพี่!! สวยสวยครูชอบ!! งานฝึกงานแข็งแรง!! เพราะสุขภาพหาซื้อมิได้อยากได้ต้องทำเอง!! เป้าหมายโยคะ!! ฝึกหนักหนัก!!

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Keefa Mccullough

footwork gonna be CRAZY he just turned 13 #keeppracticing

I can’t flip grip both hands (yet!) Should’ve tried the strap for one 🤷🏻‍♀️ Day 20 of is variant with @cyogalife ( and modifiers @gmcyoga @jinny.suh.00 ) . . . #keeppracticing

Ventura, California

(2.42) saṃtoṣād anuttamaḥ sukhalābhaḥ // From Santosa, unsurpassed happiness is obtained. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Ahhhhh, one of my favorites. Santosha means contentment, ease, equanimity, serenity, satisfaction, etc. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ It represents a state of mind where one is no longer grasping for external gratification because they are content with what they have. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Sometimes it comes easily. and other times our pesky likes, dislikes, and preferences get in the way. Many yoga scholars would say that Santosha is our natural state, but it gets obscured by our material circumstances. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ From contentedness, we find unsurpassed happiness, because we are in our natural state. We no longer want anything else. We come to realize that we have everything we need and that allows true joy to surface. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Santosha is the way we are once we have conquered the Kleshas of Desire (Raga) and Aversion (Dvesa) from earlier in this chapter [2.6-2.7]. Conveniently, Patanjali repeats the three steps of Kriya Yoga as the final three Niyamas, which reminds us how to conquer the Kleshas that keep us from experiencing our true, blissful nature. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ We'll get there soon. Stay tuned. ⁠⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #keeppracticing ⠀ ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀

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RenataYoga Mahajyoti

Osprey, Florida

Spinal twists... Ahhhhh.... Spinal twists... Many time I see people twisting so many things (even their faces, hehehe) but the spine... When teaching spinal twist in my programs, I always make reference to how would you get the water out of a towel that is really wet? Do you being the extremities together or away from each other? Do you try to keep a straight line or bend it? So, the more vertical space you create, the more you will feel the twist and the safer it will be to your spine ( if one shoulder is higher than the other, that means you are compressing one side of the spine more, right?!). A good way to watch that is to be aware of the seating bones pressuring against the mat, keep the shoulders relaxed and away from ears and have them aligned all the way through your twist. If you look at the sequence of photos here, I'm moving my hips, so you can see the more I twist, the more space I try to create. Also remember to start from the bottom to the top: twist your belly)waist line, your ribs, your chest, your shout, and finally the head follows. To release the pose, you do it backwards, in a way you finally Tues waist back into alignment. Please let me know if you have any question. Remember to breathe and enjoy your practice!!! #keeppracticing

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