While there is the option to practice at home of course, I decide to instead take a rest day, forgiving myself as I would a friend for not showing up because sometimes, life gets in the way, but also sometimes, we really really don’t feel like it.
So since there’s no yoga practice journal entry today, I want to use this opportunity to return to a concept I love: that of what you feed your mind being as important as what you feed your body.
This class is a level 2, which I note passively when booking it, and then note very actively when practicing it. It’s hard, or the better word, advanced. I am by far the least experienced yogi on the mat that evening, but I am not deterred. It becomes a true test of inward focus, competing only with myself, but even then it’s not a competition.
Hello March, Goodbye March. Most of us spend our free time avoiding our idle minds, avoiding the pressure to think, immersing ourselves in other worlds and ideas. In addition to filling our time and inspiring our ambitions, thoughts, motivations and shower singing, the things we choose to consume say a lot about who we are, and even more about who we are right now, providing an easy reason to connect with those around us.