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  • thesoulwoman - Priyamvada Tripathi @thesoulwoman 24 minutes ago
  • My teacher @iftekhar_yoga sir used to always guide us through asanas in a very different way. He used to tell us to forgive ourselves and accept the totality of who we are during the course of performing Asanas.
I could hardly capture that intention in between getting my posture and breathing correct and my face relaxed. But I used to wait for his classes. That one hour felt like weights getting lifted from the chest. They were a liberating experience. ✨
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 When I started more disciplined self practice and put my intentions with breath and bodywork, Iftekhar sir's teaching started to make sense. I realised how guilt and shame resided in my body. How step by step I untied it's knots and just with  constantly reminding myself to forgive my cruel, selfish and ill behaviour.
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We carry the load of shame and guilt and memory of some unkind actions that we did over the years. 
When one decides to change, it begins from within. The realisation of being unkind, rude and cruel takes over and when we forgive ourselves, we stop shivering from inside.
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We become fearless and non hesitant. We become free in our skin.  We become open and light. We become more aware of our actions.
Once we realise and forgive ourselves, we surpass the level of human ego and realise that our thoughts, words and actions can change the world for the better, there's no looking back!
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Picture - @aanchm ✨
May we breathe in sync with the universal music.
May yoga always light our path.
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#thesoulwoman #yogapath #forgiveness #selfacceptance #vibratehigher #universalharmony #universalconciousness #higherreality #selflove #fearless #healing #blissedout #asana #breathwork #pranayama #indianyogacommunity #yogaeverydamnday #yogateacher My teacher @iftekhar_yoga sir used to always guide us through asanas in a very different way. He used to tell us to forgive ourselves and accept the totality of who we are during the course of performing Asanas. I could hardly capture that intention in between getting my posture and breathing correct and my face relaxed. But I used to wait for his classes. That one hour felt like weights getting lifted from the chest. They were a liberating experience. ✨ . When I started more disciplined self practice and put my intentions with breath and bodywork, Iftekhar sir's teaching started to make sense. I realised how guilt and shame resided in my body. How step by step I untied it's knots and just with constantly reminding myself to forgive my cruel, selfish and ill behaviour. . We carry the load of shame and guilt and memory of some unkind actions that we did over the years. When one decides to change, it begins from within. The realisation of being unkind, rude and cruel takes over and when we forgive ourselves, we stop shivering from inside. . We become fearless and non hesitant. We become free in our skin.  We become open and light. We become more aware of our actions. Once we realise and forgive ourselves, we surpass the level of human ego and realise that our thoughts, words and actions can change the world for the better, there's no looking back! . Picture - @aanchm ✨ May we breathe in sync with the universal music. May yoga always light our path. . . #thesoulwoman #yogapath #forgiveness #selfacceptance #vibratehigher #universalharmony #universalconciousness #higherreality #selflove #fearless #healing #blissedout #asana #breathwork #pranayama #indianyogacommunity #yogaeverydamnday #yogateacher
  • My teacher @iftekhar_yoga sir used to always guide us through asanas in a very different way. He used to tell us to forgive ourselves and accept the totality of who we are during the course of performing Asanas. I could hardly capture that intention in between getting my posture and breathing correct and my face relaxed. But I used to wait for his classes. That one hour felt like weights getting lifted from the chest. They were a liberating experience. ✨ . When I started more disciplined self practice and put my intentions with breath and bodywork, Iftekhar sir's teaching started to make sense. I realised how guilt and shame resided in my body. How step by step I untied it's knots and just with constantly reminding myself to forgive my cruel, selfish and ill behaviour. . We carry the load of shame and guilt and memory of some unkind actions that we did over the years. When one decides to change, it begins from within. The realisation of being unkind, rude and cruel takes over and when we forgive ourselves, we stop shivering from inside. . We become fearless and non hesitant. We become free in our skin.  We become open and light. We become more aware of our actions. Once we realise and forgive ourselves, we surpass the level of human ego and realise that our thoughts, words and actions can change the world for the better, there's no looking back! . Picture - @aanchm ✨ May we breathe in sync with the universal music. May yoga always light our path. . . #thesoulwoman #yogapath #forgiveness #selfacceptance #vibratehigher #universalharmony #universalconciousness #higherreality #selflove #fearless #healing #blissedout #asana #breathwork #pranayama #indianyogacommunity #yogaeverydamnday #yogateacher
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  • rachelbatemanbooks - Rachel Bateman @rachelbatemanbooks 58 minutes ago
  • Moment of Truth: it's been almost 2.5 years since Someone Else's Summer was published, and I don't have another book yet.
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First I had a hard pregnancy and a baby who zapped my writing mojo for months But he's 2 and a half now.
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Then I started a business (@secondstarlit ) that I love but that takes a LOT of my time.
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But, really, if I peel away all the things that take my time and keep me from writing, I get to the core of why I don't have another book yet (despite having started several): fear.
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It's a weird thing when everything goes as wonderfully well as it did with Someone Else's Summer. I rode that high for a long time, but coming in behind the wave of success was a lot of doubt. What if that book was a fluke? What if I can't write another as good as it? What if I become a one-hit wonder?
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Before SES was published, I never worried about anything while I wrote. Not the market and saleability of my book. Not what readers will think. Nothing. I wrote exactly what I wanted without fear.
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I've been working hard to get that mindset back, and I've come close as I've been researching and plotting Make the Fireflies Dance. I'm excited to about this new book, y'all - it's the first one in years I've felt excited and confident enough about to share with you.
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So today I made myself a new bracelet, a little something to wear to remind myself to be FEARLESS in my writing. Because it's time. 😍 Moment of Truth: it's been almost 2.5 years since Someone Else's Summer was published, and I don't have another book yet. . First I had a hard pregnancy and a baby who zapped my writing mojo for months But he's 2 and a half now. . Then I started a business (@secondstarlit ) that I love but that takes a LOT of my time. . But, really, if I peel away all the things that take my time and keep me from writing, I get to the core of why I don't have another book yet (despite having started several): fear. . It's a weird thing when everything goes as wonderfully well as it did with Someone Else's Summer. I rode that high for a long time, but coming in behind the wave of success was a lot of doubt. What if that book was a fluke? What if I can't write another as good as it? What if I become a one-hit wonder? . Before SES was published, I never worried about anything while I wrote. Not the market and saleability of my book. Not what readers will think. Nothing. I wrote exactly what I wanted without fear. . I've been working hard to get that mindset back, and I've come close as I've been researching and plotting Make the Fireflies Dance. I'm excited to about this new book, y'all - it's the first one in years I've felt excited and confident enough about to share with you. . So today I made myself a new bracelet, a little something to wear to remind myself to be FEARLESS in my writing. Because it's time. 😍
  • Moment of Truth: it's been almost 2.5 years since Someone Else's Summer was published, and I don't have another book yet. . First I had a hard pregnancy and a baby who zapped my writing mojo for months But he's 2 and a half now. . Then I started a business (@secondstarlit ) that I love but that takes a LOT of my time. . But, really, if I peel away all the things that take my time and keep me from writing, I get to the core of why I don't have another book yet (despite having started several): fear. . It's a weird thing when everything goes as wonderfully well as it did with Someone Else's Summer. I rode that high for a long time, but coming in behind the wave of success was a lot of doubt. What if that book was a fluke? What if I can't write another as good as it? What if I become a one-hit wonder? . Before SES was published, I never worried about anything while I wrote. Not the market and saleability of my book. Not what readers will think. Nothing. I wrote exactly what I wanted without fear. . I've been working hard to get that mindset back, and I've come close as I've been researching and plotting Make the Fireflies Dance. I'm excited to about this new book, y'all - it's the first one in years I've felt excited and confident enough about to share with you. . So today I made myself a new bracelet, a little something to wear to remind myself to be FEARLESS in my writing. Because it's time. 😍
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