Ordinary or extraordinary?

Some people want to be ordinary and some people want to be extraordinary.

There’s nothing wrong with either way. It is everyone’s freedom to be what we want to be.

Yoga practice is going beyond all the qualities of names and forms. There’s no difference whether our body and mind possess some ordinary qualities or extraordinary qualities.

In the end, it’s not about our egoistic desires of what we want to become and what we don’t want to become. It’s not about changing ourselves to be somebody that we like us to be which we are not in the present moment now.

When the egoism is eliminated, there’s no identification with any qualities of names and forms of this life existence through the function of the body and mind.

It’s allowing the reality of the present moment now to be what it is. There’s no identification with the impermanent qualities of names and forms of the body and mind to be who we are.

Without the desire of craving to become somebody with certain qualities of names and forms that we like, and without the desire of aversion not to become somebody with certain qualities of names and forms that we don’t like.

We are peaceful as we are, not because we are somebody with certain qualities of names and forms that we want to be.

Be happy.

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