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Yoga is 'Unity'
06-15-2018, 04:54 AM
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Big Grin Yoga is 'Unity'
Knowledgeable Yoga practitioners frequently feel discouraged when a naturally gifted dancer, gymnast, or martial artist, performs an enhanced asana with little effort. When I have mentioned before, you'll find people with piercing joint products and their extraordinary range of motion is just a gift. You and I may have to work at it, however the many benefits of Yoga practice are still there.

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Remember that Yoga indicates 'union.' Essentially, we could say union of body, head, and soul. There are numerous more facts about marriage, but that would be a different report. There are also many branches of Yoga and, thus, many varieties of union, but competition is far-from union.

Competition increases the ego, and the ego is a part of your personality. The ego resists union because of its own success. The ego is our social mask and doesn't wish to discuss anything.

Remember, the very next time you start to feel envious of yet another student or teacher - that's not marriage. If any such thing, it'll hold you right back from marriage and many more important contributions that Yoga can make to your life.

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