Yoga Philosophy 101: The Mind

August 3, 2011 § 1 Comment

Quickly went through the notes again today which were taken during the yoga teachers training. Nearly 100 pages of writings and drawings…

Life is a decision making, we are the ones that are aware of the knows and unknowns.

Mind is a continuous flowing of thoughts, every moment changes, it is just like the river, when the flow stops, there’s no river.

What we are doing at the present moment, decides the future, so put effort in the present moment instead of worrying about what is to happen next.

Therefore, we need to take care of each every thought.

Once we change ourselves, we can see the changes in the world.

Going to Kino Macgregor’s Ashtanga workshop starting tomorrow for six days, really looking forward to it.

Good night.

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§ One Response to Yoga Philosophy 101: The Mind

  • Rick Aungiers says:

    I love the description of the mind “as a drunken monkey bitten by a scorpion” Did you draw that in your notes?

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