Why Doing Absolutely Nothing is Extremely Beneficial

I know what you’re thinking, we all know how to do nothing. We all know how to lie around and waste time. But many of us are too busy with everything going on in our lives, so when we do it, our minds are often distracted on other things. We may find it hard to relax and actually enjoy the nothingness.

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Why Yoga is a Continuous Journey

Yoga is like travel; it’s a continuous journey with no finish line. Many people in Western Civilization have the notion that they must race to get to “the top”, chasing the life that society expects of us.

This may hold different meanings to each individual, but is mostly in regards to careers, financial goals, relationship goals, physical goals, etc.

This is not to say that you shouldn’t set goals for yourself, but there’s a fine line between goal-setting, and only being able to live in the future, constantly looking ahead at what can be better.

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6 Most Popular Types of Yoga

In the modern world that we live in today, there are many different types of yoga catering to all ages. In many studios, the practice has strayed far off the path of meditation and breath-work, and has instead solely become a form of exercise. This is very different from the ancient practice that began in India.

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