One of the definitions of yoga I like most is that it is the cultivation of a deep-seated trust in yourself. But until you feel confident that you can trust yourself, yoga is a practice that you can anchor yourself with and immerse yourself in so that you can learn first simply to be yourself, even for just a moment at a time. I think yoga is a very personal experience but it is also a great way to feel like you are part of a community. And the sangha (practice community) at Fearless Heart is made of some of the most inspiring and intelligent people I have ever met.
I like to laugh in my classes and I love the moment at the end of practice where everyone shares a breath. I think yoga should be something we practice in order to get more out of life. More smiles, more adventure, more connectedness, more stillness.
I am a current student at the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute and I see Somatic Experiencing and Yoga as excellent complementary practices that help us meet ourselves more deeply. By giving yourself the space to fully feel and to renegotiate experiences that you carry with you in your body, you can come to a profound place of content that creates a stable foundation for living your best life. In March of 2017 I had the privilege of studying directly with Dr. Peter A. Levine, completing the SETI master class on healing sexual trauma.
The job of learning to be Fearless is a constant practice. It is choosing vulnerability. It is choosing effort. It is choosing to be an optimist. It doesn't always come easily and some days it feels like it doesn't come at all. But it is the way to opening yourself up to everything life has to offer and personally I think it is worth aspiring to every day.
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