Warrior III Pose teaches us to enjoy the transitions that comes along with life because we can use them to become better.

In life nothing we do is a wham bam thank you ma’am kind of thing, even if the time span feels short. Everything we do is built upon the last things we’ve learned.

The deeper you get into your yoga practice, the more you learn about your body and how to listen to it. You have to know when to stop, when to keep pushing yourself and when to just hold a position. This is what I call my ‘yogi intuition’. In our lives we have those intuition moments but many times we ignore them. Listen to your body just as you would if you were practicing yoga.

With each task we accomplish throughout the day we have to fund a way to organize and prioritize. While practicing yoga, through concentration you gain the ability to focus on engaging other areas. We have to do this in life as well, after we prioritize all of our needs we then have to gain the ability to focus on what we are doing while also engaging other areas of our lives.

Since our brains don’t ever stop, and you constantly have things coming from different directions, you have to concentrate on your objective while still enjoying the transitions that comes along with life. It’s hard to learn too much information, I don’t even know if it is entirely possible. Everything you are gaining on your life’s journey is to prepare you for your life’s work, souls mission, or whatever else you would like to call it.

Take today’s Life Lesson Of A Yoga Pose: Warrior III Pose lesson and make the necessary steps to get yourself where you know you should be in life. Bless UP & Jah Guide My Beautiful People.




Published by Matr3moni

Matr3Moni is a Wellness Lifestyle Blogger, certified Life Coach, and Yoga Instructor. Being a mom of 3 stops this mom from doing nothing, while she's achieving everything without apologies.

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