While I’m eating my pear

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While I’m eating my pear, I will tell you about that yoga course I have been doing.  In short, I am enjoying it.

In case you have no idea what I am talking about, I mentioned a few posts ago that I am doing an online yoga course. It’s just for me, because now is the ideal time to do it. Thank you, Lockdown. I know you mean well.

Anyhew, so this course has surprised me quite a bit. I knew that it would do me good, however I didn’t think that I would learn so much about myself already. Lately, I can also feel the effects of the yoga and the mindset of the practice- I am more calm, and relaxed. I am more focused, determined and more deliberate in my intentions and tasks. Honestly, I just wanted to take the course to learn the physicality of it, but I am getting much more from it than that. I find that very interesting, I must say. I’m not usually surprised by much.

You know, I’m not really into all that intense yogi stuff, and there are a few things about yoga that I still think are too odd for me. T’here are also some matters that I simply don’t agree with, and that’s alright. I don’t have to. That’s one of the marvellous things about it all- I can come to yoga as I am and I don’t have to convert to any set system of beliefs or practices. If I want to, I can use yoga solely for its physical wonders, or for its meditation practices. Personally, I have found that I am enjoying most of it in all its aspects. But there are different types of yoga, and some of these are not for me, specifically the ones that require chanting. If I have to chant for anything, then I want it to be for some sort of delicious biscuit (British biscuit=American cookie).

Well, my pear is finished now.