I asked someone to help me take this image. As that someone moved into a ready position, I noticed a great deal of grunting. I asked, "Are you okay?" They responded, "No, I'm uncomfortable 😣!" I immediately caught my thoughts they were in judgement. I began to look deeper into this judgement. I discovered that yoga has taught me that being uncomfortable is part of the dance (or at least the Ashtanga dance). And often times discomfort is a product of the mind. The mind craves comfort and joy. And when we get accustomed and identify with "Being Comfortable " anytime we experience the least amount of discomfort - we squirm, we want out, we want to return to ease as quickly as possible! But my path has taught me to use the breath to expand beyond the mind, to realize there are moments of comfort and discomfort but there is also a soft space in between and that is where the Truth and freedom are found.