June 8, 2018

3 Approaches 

The science of yoga clearly explains that we have the option of keeping our fears and wishes (1) at the forefront of our mind by continuously thinking and talking about them which fuels the feeling of powerlessness. We also have the option of being connected with our wants and needs (2), so that they rule our day. This approach is highly celebrated in our culture. It is the go-getter attitude that is not limited by the fearful mind. Although it’s more beneficial to have our wants and needs at the forefront of the mind than it is to have our fears, wishes, and worries we soon realize that we will never have enough of what we don’t need and find ourselves feeling full, maybe even stuffed but not satisfied (kind of like a Chinese buffet), and so we keep seeking more and we eventually deplete. And, we have the option of being so interconnected with our values(3) that they become the underlying energy that supports our choices which brings the feelings of stability and easefuln...

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