I am a yoga teacher and I can’t do a handstand. So what?!
It's challenging to identify our triggers, but the process of getting to know them can help us heal and learn how to cope.
Let strength in life and in your practice be in your ability to authentically gauge your limits, accept your emotions, and find peace with your struggles.
Mala making helps you to stay present with your loneliness and move toward acceptance of self.
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