Practicing yoga does not guarantee success in life
Practicing yoga is a way of life. Millions of people around the world attend yoga classes every week. While some enjoy them and get all their benefits, others secretly deplore them. Others tolerate them and force themselves to stay on the mat. For many it is even a mandatory task, something that is excpected of them. Marketing and our most pompous friends have sold us the idea that yoga is the key to paradise.
Practicing yoga: fool’s advice
Is it possible to practice Ashtanga on Wednesdays, kick boxing on Mondays and party on Friday nights? Can we work in fierce law firms and at the same time take care of an urban garden? Can we avoid animal protein and be fashion trends followers?
Wellbeing is falsely associated with yoga, specifically, with as one of the keys to inner peace. The truth is that the paths to feeling good are endless and their combinations too. We love to label and define what we experience. We are specialists in inventing categories. They are figments that our ego generates, a natural mechanism of the mind.
Discovering the purpose of your life is not easy, stop judging yourself
There is a notion that those who practice yoga tend to be vegan, to meditate every day or to take care of animals. It is common to think that artists who create peculiar works of art enjoy external stimulants; too much coffee or cannabis, or an endless list of substances.
Stereotypes serve publicity, but they adhere to the impulse to know ourselves. They limit us, impose an idea of what we should try and how to do it. Maybe practicing yoga is not your thing, nor Pilates nor meditation. Perhaps where you feel a greater connection with your essence is on a dance floor or planting tubers on the ground. What moves you? Do you dare to discover it?
What makes you feel alive? If your thing is not yoga, explore a thousand more options.
Sanadora del alma. Acompaño a las personas que desean sentir mayor bienestar y disfrutar más la vida.
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