Where I Come From And Where I Am Headed To. - „Yoga teachers should live what they teach. Yoga is to be expressed in their behavior (principles of Yama), their way of life (Niyama – yogic life style), their body, breath and mind. Yoga teachers should never criticize. The ego looks for what to criticize. The ego searches for shortcomings and weaknesses. Love watches for any sign of strength. Have patience and tolerance. Focus only on positive, uplifting and life-supporting. By appreciating only the good qualities in ourselves and others and overlooking the shortcomings and mistakes, all other positive qualities grow as well. Never let your ego come on the forefront. The Yoga teacher is not in the position to criticize anything, but in the position to adore everything. Under all circumstances it is necessary to have a loving, kind, and sympathetic heart. Our outward behavior should be based on that principle. Love everything, encourage everyone. We create a quality of life in the atmosphere according to the quality of our hearts. Be careful not to think bad because that brings mud on our hearts and we have to wash it off. Yoga teacher should be simple, natural and kind. Naturalness is the basis of effectiveness. If one poses to be something else, one loses the charm of naturalness. The result is that one accumulates stress.
If one is in a position of authority one should practice what one preaches. One must become a model to others.“ Jadranko Miklec #ashtangayoga #hathayoga #ethics #yama #niyama #aspiration #mydadsaidialwaysdomybest #icomefromthebeach #browngirl #yogateacher #dancingforlife #caribbean #jamaica #1970 #2018 #bhakti #lakshmansir #gratitude #adavu