I fell in love with her courage, her sincerity, and her flaming self respect. And it's these things I'd believe in, even if the whole world indulged in wild suspicions that she wasn't all she should be. I love her and it is the beginning of everything. - Scott Fitzgerald
I'd say I'm a pretty sloppy yogi, I listen to my body without hesitation. Some poses I haven't ever tried perfecting or advancing because of my own sheer laziness and undesire for that particular pose. Others, I push because they make me feel strong and powerful, as I should. I had a yoga teacher yesterday call me out in the middle of a class for not doing enough and she told me to join the class. I felt perfectly content doing my yin poses just layin n chillin but to save myself the embarrassment of being called out by someone much older, and in a much higher position than me in the moment, I let myself feel forced to not listen to myself and listen to her. To me, my yoga, my work, my life is all in listening to my own body for its intrinsic wisdom. Learning to respect and acknowledge other masters of themselves and listen whole heartedly to those I sorround myself with, while not getting lost in my mind trying to create boundaries to keep my self safe.
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@l.i.za thanks for taking me outside today n luvin me n tha sistas tha magic way u do.