Pottstown’s High Street Yoga; Room to Stretch, Quiet to Reflect

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Wisdom from Ane Pema Chodron, a Tibetan Buddhist Teacher

When we start out on a spiritual path we often have ideals we think we're supposed to live up to. We feel we're supposed to be better than we are in some way. But with this practice you take yourself completely as you are. Then ironically, taking in pain - breathing it in for yourself and all others in the same boat as you are - heightens your awareness of exactly where you're stuck.

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