I feel exactly the same way.

“My practice has become an undoing, a receptive process. Instead of performing, achieving, striving, it’s about waiting, letting go, unraveling, opening…Peel away back and back underneath the asanas, you find free, unfolding movement. Give women a chance to explore and unravel themselves–it is wild. The best moments in class are when everyone is doing something different. Each is authentic…totally unconcerned with whether it’s right or whether someone is looking at them. They have a body and they are living in their bodies. I don’t care whether they can stand on their hands or do trikonasana perfectly. But if they are finding something new, if something is opening up, that for me is yoga.“ Angela Farmer

change your attitude or relax with things the way they are

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