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  2. Twenty-four brand new hours are before me. I vow to live fully in each moment. and to look at all beings with eyes of compassion.
    – Thich Nhat Hanh (via yogachocolatelove)

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  3. Let-go means no competition, no struggle, no fight… just relaxing with existence, wherever it leads. Not trying to control your future, not trying to control consequences, but allowing them to happen… not even thinking about them. Let-go is in the present; consequences are tomorrow. And let-go is such a delightful experience, a total relaxation, a deep synchronicity with existence.
    – Osho (via yogachocolatelove)

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  4. lazyyogi:

Doing is never enough if you neglect Being.
Eckhart Tolle

    lazyyogi:

    Doing is never enough if you neglect Being.

    Eckhart Tolle

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  5. kissmyasana:

Is this awesome? yes, absolutely. Inspiring. Every time I manage to come up with a reason not to visit my mat I will remember this.

    kissmyasana:

    Is this awesome? yes, absolutely. Inspiring. Every time I manage to come up with a reason not to visit my mat I will remember this.

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  6. Yoga Arithmetic:
Surya Namaskara A x 70+ Surya Namaskara B x 70 =2 new baby biceps!

Just passed the two week mark of my daily practice :)

    Yoga Arithmetic:

    Surya Namaskara A x 70

    Surya Namaskara B x 70 
    =
    2 new baby biceps!

    Just passed the two week mark of my daily practice :)

    2 years ago  /  4 notes

  7. "Aural Yoga" or more aptly, "How to maintain your daily yoga practice when you have a migraine that’s making your brains feel like they might actually explode forth from your temples at the slightest inkling of physical exertion." 

    Step 1. Slowly lower your butt onto your bed.

    Step 2. Reach across, and drag your laptop over to your bed. 

    Step 3. Look to your left, and open laptop. *Be careful not to look directly at the screen*

    Step 4. While maintaining a squint, carefully turn your head to a side angle glance at the screen.

    Step 5. Select Alan Watts mp3 files, right click to open, press play.

    Step 6. Carefully lift your legs from the floor to place them on your bed.

    Step 7. Using your arms to support you, slowly lower your upper body onto the bed.

    Step 8. Close your eyes. 

    Step 9. Relax your breath. 

    Step 10. Focus on the sound of Alan’s voice. 

    Step 11. Stop beating yourself up over missing a day of your challenge. You’re now practicing aural yoga. This totally counts. 

    <3

    2 years ago  /  12 notes

  8. It’s like being on the edge of laughing and crying’
    – Heather Troud on Ashtanga Yoga (via thecrowsnestportland)

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  9. No excuses. Be beautiful.

    No excuses. Be beautiful.

    (via )

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  10. Darkness cannot drive out darkness;
    only light can do that.
    Hate cannot drive out hate;
    only love can do that.
    Martin Luther King, Jr. (via shaktilover)

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