In the Sutras Verse 1:14, it says ” Practice becomes firmly grounded when well attended to for a long time, without break and in all earnestness”.
I share this with you for a couple of reasons. The first being that it encourages you to stick with your Yoga practice. It assures you that it will take time to arrive at a state of equanimity. It also encourages you to come to your practice with “full attention, with the entire application of your mind, and with full faith in your achievement.” In other words, it instructs you to commit yourself to your intention. Guided by these ethical principles, the Yamas and Niyamas, allow Yoga (union) to take root in your life.
Today. I invite you to simply reflect on the past two weeks. Observe which of the restraints called you to action. Observe which of the virtues ignited that inner fire.
Allow these reflections to guide you toward a life that reflects your unique and beautiful light. Shine brightly!
The light in me sees and honors the light in you!