Through this 20 weekends of intensive YTT course, it has really broaden my horizon and mind. Certainly still unsure if I will be teaching, however there is a tingling thought behind my mind that tells me to do it. Perhaps is my chakras that is under spinning which is why I am feeling a slight anxiety whenever I think about conducting a class. Perhaps I am always thinking that my alignment and poses are not good enough. But it has been repeated many times through the entire course that Yoga is so much more about the physical practice. It is not only about the physical part but other aspects of life too which includes the mental and spiritual part.
It certainly is, because I’ve learn so much and there are many take aways besides the physical practice which I’ve mention in my previous blog post, that one of the thing I consciously does now is to always be mindful in everything I do.
One of the aim would at least to be able spread joy, love and knowledge about yoga to wherever I go. To share my practice and knowledge with the people around me, to teach them some simple postures that could benefit them. Yoga does not have to be the fanciful poses and pictures we are seeing in our facebook and instagram poses daily. It could be just be sitting yourself down for 5 to 10 mins every morning, be still & quiet, observing your own breaths and removing of all thoughts. Or simply just spending 15 minutes each day to practice sun salutation. Yoga can be many things.
Yoga is a way of life, it is part of a lifestyle. Hopefully my samsara will continue to keep me in this yoga community, to always spread love, knowledge and joy wherever I go.
“Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu”
“May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.”