Have you ever found yourself struggling to balance in high lunge or triangle pose?
It seems ridiculous that with two feet on the ground, our balance would be compromised. But I see it all the time in my students and clients.
So how do you find balance? It starts by finding your center, physically and figuratively.
Build the pose from the ground up, just like you’d build a skyscraper. Make sure the weight bearing parts (foundation) are properly set. Feet not too close or too far apart. If you’re in a pose where the front leg is bent, step the feet far enough apart that the front leg can bend 90 degrees.
Unplug the pose by putting your hands on hips or on the floor or blocks so you can support yourself and easily move your feet precisely to where you want them. This is critical. If you are stepped to wide, you’ll get exhausted quickly; stepped too close and you will teeter.
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Love and Brilliance,
How much time each day do you spending thinking?
How about feeling and sensing?
I’m guessing you spend a large percentage of your day thinking and very little feeling and sensing. That creates an imbalance.
If thinking dominates, then whatever dominates your thoughts pervades Consciousness. And according to the yoga teachings, what dominates Consciousness expresses as physical form.
Choose how you “spend” your time and attention. Little by little, start to increase the amount of time you spend sensing and feeling into your body. Give your mind a vacation.
You will be amazed at the payoff—-feeling great!
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Love and light,