The fact is, YOU are a relationship.
Yoga means relationship.
Yoga IS relationship. And relationship is yoga. The ancients understood yoga by way of relationships. In yoga, relationships are developed, and through relationships yoga is mastered.
The word "yoga' comes from the Sanskrit word, yuj, or yolk. Yoga means "to link," "connect," or "join with." Yoga is not a solitary endeavor. You can practice it alone, but its purpose is to connect you to something — your body, your breathing, your emotions, or the things you are doing in your life — your work, your hobbies, your relationships.
Each time you make an attempt to “link” with something, you're doing yoga.
The fact is, YOU are a relationship. You are a composite and interaction of all the various parts of yourself. When you're doing yoga, you're serving the relationship of your body, your energy, your mind, emotions, and your higher self, all at the same time.
In relating to the various parts of yourself, you first have to give them your attention. Then you can move closer to them by participating or interacting with them. You get a dialogue going.
Eventually, you’ll find yourself in an intimate relationship with them!
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