When it Rains, it Pours
This morning I moved like the earth’s crust, my limbs and muscles like continents very slowly sliding over and around one another. By 04:45am, I was very amused to find that whether I liked it or not, my practice theme for this morning was going to be Plate Tectonics. I know how strange this sounds, but If I’m going to do this practice 6 days per week, with consistent focus and...
You should love your practice, whatever it is. And you should love to suffer...– Sharath, conference today.
abhyasa vairagyabhyam tat nirodhah
True nonattachment is a very elusive state of mind. I know I’m not alone in the experience of frustration with certain asanas that, despite dedicated repetition, are not coming. Or in feeling somewhat invisible, when day after day you perform the same asanas up to what feels like a fairly decent standard and yet Teacher doesn’t give us the nod for the next one in the sequence. There is...
Setu Bandhasana Forehead is there.– Christopher Conn, 06:00 after Led Primary this morning.