We practice the requirements of the curriculum, to help the new teachers incorporate the sequencing and the various asanas into their flow, understand the anatomy of the muscles that are being used during the different shapes of yoga. What resonates with me is the diiscussions, the satsangs, the yoa philosophy sessions. As life continues to revolve around and with the emphasis on our outer or physical form, it seems the right time to bring the teachers and followers of yoga practice back to the basics, back to the "tending of the roots of yoga". This is going to bring the unravelling of emotions and memories that are tied up inside each one of us, The sharing and the healing that follows is what seems to be needed. As we continue to resolve the conflicts within, we start to accept and heal ourselves, our relating to others becomes more aware, less judgemental and more joyful.
"When you make it a way of life not to hurt others, all conflict dissolves in your presence".
Tu Eres Mi Otro Yo – (You Are My Other Self). A Mayan concept of unity, we learn to be ourselves through our relationships with others.