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Dylan Werner  Mar 31 - Apr 2 La Jolla, CA 🇺🇸| Apr 7-9 Chicago, IL 🇺🇸| Apr 14-16 Burlington, VT 🇺🇸| Apr 21-23 NYC, NY 🇺🇸 | Details ⬇️

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It's only what we decide to carry with us that has the power to weigh us down. We all have past. Some very tragic, some full of pain and hurt. It's all the baggage that life has packed for us. We make the choice of carrying it with us. If you want to be free, all you have to do is let it go.
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If you are carrying really heavy baggage, you might say, "it& #39;s not that easy" , and I say, have you ever really tried? Most people don't know my past. It's something I don't share often, because I don't think about it or carry it with me. I had some really heavy, shitty baggage and I let it all go. I am light and free and incredibly happy. My life is awesome. It's because a few years ago, I choose that I didn't need to be weighed down or held back by my past anymore .
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What's weighing you down? Why haven't you let go yet?

How to pick up girls... 😜
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Lifting @adellbridgesyoga
Swipe ⬅️ to see how we got into this. Key point, the flyer needs to lean into the base. I also extend my arm out after we are up to help Adell straighten her arms. Otherwise it's a ton of strength for the flyer.
#acroyoga
Both wearing @aloyoga

The joy and happiness you experience is the same joy and happiness that you radiate, only reflected.
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It's like wearing a big warm jacket. The jacket isn't actually warm. It produces no heat of its own. What makes it warm is your own heat returned back to you .
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The world isn't a happy place or a sad place on its own, but if you're a happy and joyful person, the world you live in will be the same.

Only two breaths in life are guaranteed: the first and the last. You can waste the ones in between, or you can use them to experience what's beautiful .
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Thanks @codyapp for making this. Go to my Facebook to watch the full video.

Here is a little transition that I've had floating around in my head.

Don't focus on the holes, focus on the whole .
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Teaching this month in the good ol U.S. of A! Swipe to see the dates .

Tomorrow isn't real. No one has ever been there. Stop waiting for it for something to happen .
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#yoga
Boardshorts by @aloyoga

You can have every piece of the puzzle and not know what it's going to look like when you put together .
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We are born with everything, we are fully complete but we don't understand what that completeness looks like and we can end up feeling fractured and incomplete. We can spend our lives just looking for the edges and corners that our life fits in and still not see the picture. All the pieces are there but until we know the picture of our life we can feel lost .
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So the question is, "who has the box with the picture?" You do. Understanding your purpose in life is understanding the picture and how to fit your pieces together. Living your purpose puts the puzzle together. Your purpose shows you that your life is complete. So the real question is, "what& #39;s my purpose?"

We form and reform our bodies based on our movements, patterns, tendencies, stresses and efforts. The body looks for these patterns of habit that are expressed in lines of energy in order to remodel itself to its needs. If you stretch, you get more flexibility. If you workout, you get stronger. If you do the opposite, the opposite occurs. Whatever you want from the body, you must do daily .
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The mind is no different. Your thoughts form your perception of life and people. If you practice happiness, you are happier more often. If you think everything sucks, then life sucks .
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Here's the connection. Your attitude is manifested in your body, your posture and how you move. The body, its posture, muscle tone, fascial organisation, breathing patterns as manifest in our outlook of world. Just how we stand will effect or happiness. So pick your head up, smile, go take a yoga class. .
The life you want for the future is created in the patterns you create today.

I prefer "see you later" over "goodbye ." Goodbyes can be hard. This is because we grow attachments to how people make us feel when we're around them. The people that make you feel the best are the hardest to part with. From separation comes suffering. Build connections. Yoga is the practice of building connections. Some connections are so strong that not even death can create separation. Because true connections exist beyond time and space. We can build both attachment and connection to people. The difference is, with connection there is no suffering .
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After 6 weeks of @adellbridgesyoga assisting me around the world, we've built a strong connection. I'm so grateful for our time together, her help, her teaching and her energy. But now I must say, "see you later" as we part ways and I go to Seattle to film with @codyapp and she continues on inspiring people.

It should never be about the number. It's easy to get caught up in the number. How much money you make, how many students come to your class, how many followers you have, etc. Numbers don't end and we've been conditioned to always want more. If we go for the number, you'll never be satisfied. If you do it for the love, you'll always be happy, always fulfilled. Do it for the love and the numbers won't matter but chances are the numbers will far exceeds the expectations .
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Boardshorts by @aloyoga

Set the intention. All action should come from intention. Intentions can be now or can be an envisioning of the future but all actions can only happen in the present .
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We set the intention to aim the arrow where we want it to land; and in the action, we pull the bow, aim the arrow and let it go. We want to think that our intention and action will carry the arrow to our desired point but sometimes the wind will blow it off course .
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We love to think that we have control over everything, but so often the universe has a different plan. Set pure intentions, create actions from those intentions, just don't be attached to where your arrow lands. The universe has its own intention for your life and it might be one so beautiful that you never would have imagined.
#yoga
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