Live life on the edge?

πŸ“šΒ “A Sanskrit word appeared in the paragraph: ANTEVASIN. It means, β€˜one who lives at the border.’ In ancient times, this was a literal description. It indicated a person who had left the bustling center of worldly life to go live at the edge of the forest where the spiritual masters dwelled. The antevasin was not […]

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When was the last time you let things be and how did it turn out coincidentally?

“How often I found where I should be going only by setting out for somewhere else.”
-R. Buckminster Fuller ❓ When was the last time you let things be and how did it turn out coincidentally?
How ironic is it that I set out to find a quote on settings to express that we create our own environments and stumbled upon this quote which was even more perfect than what I first set out for! πŸ’Œ I’ve been getting lost a lot lately… like literally driving the “wrong” direction to where I intended to go and making circles as I figure out where to go next. ⚠ In the past, I would have become very stressed out by this foolishness as many would judge the mindless driving as idiotic or etc. However, I’ve been high fiving myself βœ‹ for this mindlessness bc of just that, being mindless and finally living through my heart! πŸ’“ And each time I just let myself go where it takes me to, it has been exactly where I needed to be and allowed me to do exactly what I needed to do at the perfect moments! By doing so, it’s incredible how many “coincidences” have also been passing through my life. In the past I would think of these as odd one offs and now I’m certain that it’s the exact opposite! When we live in harmony with our true self, everything around us just clicks and things fall into place! We should be experiencing “coincidences” all the time but we put so many road blocks up that our natural path becomes bumpy and we do not get to see the harmony in our actions.

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Standing Split / Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana Challenge on Periscope

Standing Split / Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana
From either a Forward Fold or Warrior 3, press your hands down onto the ground on both sides of your standing foot and melt your torso down the front of ur thigh as you lift the back leg.

Keep your hips square to the floor and your back knee and toe facing the ground. Your leg will not go quite as high as ig ur hip was turned out but will help increase your leg flexibility in the long run.

If balancing in this pose makes you tense, try it up a door frame. From a three legged dog push your bottom leg heel up against a door frame and slide the top of ur lifted leg foot against the door frame. Keeping your hips square and ur base leg not hyper extended, push your hips closer and closer to the frame to allow ur foot to slide higher and higher into a split.

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