A true measure of progress can only be taken from the outside, and at a distance from which you can take in the entire structure.
It’s a practice of exploring yourself, of looking within to see where your limits are and where your resistance is.
Often we are so eager to get into problem-solving mode that we don’t know what problem we’re solving.
Sometimes, the best way to help others is by not helping at all.
The prudence of hands-on adjustments in a yoga class has been the subject of a lot of recent controversy in the yoga community. Here’s my current thinking on this.
Progress is the holy grail of any endeavor. We seek to chart it, measure it, and chase it around every corner. The problem is that we don’t know what it looks like.
When people come to you for advice, you may have an expectation that they will take it. What happens when they don’t?