That's more or less what my teacher told me this weekend. I've been going to yoga class about 2 times a week, and not practicing at home. And I'm having trouble with muscle cramps and instability in my core. So she's right. If I want to move my practice forward and make real progress, I have to commit to more regular practice.
Isn't this true of anything? I know it's true for making art. If I wait until I'm inspired to make art, I won't be making much art. And if I don't make much art, nothing new or interesting happens. It's a discipline, a commitment to my art to get in my studio and work. And the more I create, the more I am inspired to create. Whether something exciting happens or not, I must work.
And if I want change and transformation to happen in my yoga practice, I must get on my mat.
|Latest work in my studio. Watercolor and colored pencil on wood.|
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Wishing you a steady practice of whatever makes you happy!!