We all have different reasons why we ever tried to do Yoga. It could be for relaxation, to become more flexible, to have a good workout or to reach a deeper state of mind. For me it has been quite a journey. I tried a Yoga class over a decade ago for the first time, but at that time I found the practice to slow for my fiery personality, having a lot of Pitta (ayurveda) in my body. Many years later, I was on a path of healing and I turned to Yoga as a means of finding my inner peace and stillness. I started with the very particular practice of Iyengar Yoga, which truly helps ones mind to focus on the moment, being a very purist type of Yoga. At the time I did not understand what type of transformation this practice would inflict within my soul.
Today, Yoga is so much more than the physical postures that you do in class or at home. It is all about the breath and keeping the mind focused, so focused that you could meditate without having a million thoughts and fluctuations. Yoga has become a physical practice for many of us and we can feel kinda intimidated by it if we feel like the physical aspect of it is out of reach.
In truth, there are so many ways of practicing yoga and Pranayama is a big part of it, learning to use the breath to fuel the movement. You can do Yoga, in the most basic ways, through basic postures, and still achieve the most amazing benefits physically, emotionally and spiritually. If you start practicing 10 minutes per day, it is like 10 minutes of pure healing each and everyday. Through Yoga you can start understanding yourself and your body better. It is all bout uniting the mind, body and soul.
My mission is to create a higher positive vibration in the world, connecting with loving and light beings. Law of Positivism is a way of being and living, in total love and gratitude.
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