The second attitude that Jon Kabbit Zin recommends we bring to mindfulness is patience. He states that, “Patience is a form of wisdom, it demonstrates that we understand and accept the fact that sometimes things must unfold in their own time.” In our yoga practice we can practice patience towards our own bodies and our own minds. We can accept our body as it is in this moment and practice patience for its unfolding in its own time. Edward Bulwer Lytton says that “Patience is not passive, on the contrary, it is active, it is concentrated strength.” In today’s yoga practice we will engage this concentrated strength as we direct our patience towards the active unfolding of our hip and hamstring muscles. Thank you for leaving your comments and testimonials at http://www.thankyoumelissa.com. Thank you for making us Canada's most popular free one hour online yoga show.
Melissa West is a yoga instructor who helps people to surrender to peace in their lives by connecting to the vital energy within their body through breath, cultivating optimal functional movement by harnessing the power of gravity and increase overall mobility by creating more suppleness in the spine.