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Taking the practice of yoga step by step will lead to big changes, and allow us to face our fears more easily. In order to fully enjoy life you must renounce your fear and anxiety and I know, having spent a good portion of time being terribly afraid (afraid of not being perfect, afraid of what others might think, afraid of failing, afraid someone I loved would leave me if I didn't do my life right according to them, afraid of really being happy, afraid of being myself).Rinpoche talks about how we all have a soft spot and that fear like responses such as worry or resentment occur because we are trying to cover up that soft spot. Most of us tend to hurry past pain but this hurrying causes more tension instead of healing. If we spend more time with what we fear we can look into that pain and release some of the tension. When we practice vinyasa yoga we feel the power of flow using it to face, heal and release fear.
I challenge you to think about a situation in your life that you keep saying you are going to face but get so bogged down with the result that you can't even get started. Then commit to taking one small beginning step in facing this situation. You will see yourself achieve your intention by dedicating yourself to the millimeters of progress.
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