I started my yoga practice about 3 years ago, and as mentioned in my previous post, it’s fair to say that yoga has changed my life. I found so much more than just a physical practice in yoga. Of course, the asanas or yoga postures are usually where most people start and they are a great way to stretch and stay fit. But yoga is really a philosophy, based on a meditative and spiritual core.
Okay, the word ‘spiritual’ might be where I lose some of you reading the article, and is probably where I would have lost interest myself a couple of years ago. You see, I come from a mostly non religious and fairly Cartesian and rational family. I’ve rarely been to church other than for weddings and funerals. Faith to me is quite a foreign concept, and in that sense, spirituality was not really a part of my upbringing. Continue reading “Yoga every damn day #1”