Yoga asana practice – Padma Bakasana, Kakasana, Titibasana

Asana practice – Padma Bakasana, Kakasana, Titibasana
Through the effort, concentration and perseverance while learning to come into any poses, it helps us to develop non-attachment towards the qualities of names and forms by letting go of judgment, comparison and expectation while practicing the asana poses.
Not identifying as the doer of actions nor the enjoyer of the fruit of actions.
Perform all our duties and renounce the fruit of actions.
Om shanti.

Yoga Asana Practice – Transition into Padma Bakasana, kakasana and Titibasana

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