Yoga class IV

This class is designed to take into consideration summer asana practice, when one’s body feels more supple but one’s energy may be depleted.
These asanas are suitable for all abilities and are therefore to be used as an example of the kind of feel that can be useful.

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Quotes

The Buddha reminds us of the right approach in his famous metaphor of the raft from the Majjhima Nikaya.

In it, he describes a situation, where a man standing on the near shore, which is dangerous, needs to get to the far shore, which is safe.

There are no bridges or ferries so he builds a raft; it is not fancy, but adequate to get him across. Once on that far shore it has served its purpose, and a wise man leaves it where it is, without dragging it with him as an encumbrance.

— Buddha