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21 Jan 2021 - Aimée Kuntz

1400+ yoga quotes - DEEL 9

We hebben allemaal wel eens inspiratie of motivatie nodig. Ook voor iets wat ons zo goed helpt als yoga.  Ik heb meer dan 1400 inspirerende yoga quotes voor je verzameld.

Wat is jouw favoriete yoga quote? Laat je het me weten via een reactie (helemaal onderaan onder de quotes)? Vind ik leuk!

 

Ik heb echter zoveel mooie quotes voor je gevonden dat ze niet pasten in één blog post. Hier vind je meer quotes:

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Voorbeelden hoe je ze kan gebruiken:

  • Gebruik je intuïtie om er een yoga quote uit te pakken en laat je gedurende dag door deze quote inspireren.
  • Reflecteer op één van de yoga quotes door er over te journalen. Zodat je ze kan gebruiken om meer de diepte op het yogapad.
  • Gebruik een yoga quote als intentie aan het begin van je meditatie. 

 

  1. “[Let] go of your attachments: your attachment to being right, to having total control, or to living forever. This process of letting go is integral to the process of becoming whole.” ~ Judith Hanson Lasater

 

  1. “Be inspired but not proud.” ~ B.K.S. Iyengar, Light on Life

 

  1. “Yoga talks about cat-pose, dog-pose, camel-pose, monkey-pose, bird-pose etc. Why there are so many animal poses? Animals release their emotions and tensions by movements based on their body sensations. But our amygdala in the brain is carrying the “fight or flight response”; it has forgotten the art of releasing the tensions. As human beings, when we are aware about the sensations, we can release that by aware, slow movements. If you do not give movements to the body parts, energy will be stuck and blood circulation will be disturbed. Gradually, that creates chronic physical and mental health problems.” ~ Amit Ray, Yoga and Vipassana: An Integrated Life Style

 

  1. “Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul open.” ~ B.K.S. Iyengar

 

  1. “Thinking goes on in your head. It is not really deep into the roots of your being; it is not your totality.” ~ Osho

 

  1. “The mind and the breath are the king and queen of human consciousness".” ~ Leonard D. Orr

 

  1. “It's very simple. Keep your body as clean as possible, your mind as clear as possible. That's all you need. And do it in anyway you can, in your own way. It doesn't matter. That's why I say 'peaceful body, peaceful mind'. And then you'll be useful. You don't have to become a useful person. You will be useful.” ~ Swami Satchidananda

 

  1. “Rather than allowing our response to an even affect our breathing, we can learn instead to let our breathing change our relationship to the event.” ~ Cyndi Lee

 

  1. “Down on my knees / I peel back the layers of the world.” ~ Leza Lowitz

 

  1. “I understood that the attachment to myself and my image ... was actually taking me away from my self, away from this wonderful opportunity to just sit, just breathe, just feel the warm animal of my body, just feel the soft, sultry heat of June. The density of my attachment was making it impossible for me to have a truly satisfying experience of life in my body just as it was in the moment. When under the sway of this obsession, my mind's attention was always in the fantasized future, or the idealized or devalued past - never present to the reality of the moment.” ~ Stephen Cope, Yoga and the Quest for the True Self

 

  1. “Many of us ordinary folk have tasted these moments of "union" - on the ladder, in the pond, in the jungle, on the hospital bed. In the yogic view, it is in these moments that we know who we really are. We rest in our true nature and know beyond a doubt that everything is OK, and not just OK, but unutterably well. We know that there is nothing to accept and nothing to reject. Life just is as it is.” ~ Stephen Cope, Yoga and the Quest for the True Self

 

  1. “From just one spark we can create one fire. And from one fire we can create one light. From that one light, we create vision and that vision is how we share just one spark. Inspire all those around you.” ~ Josh Blatter

 

  1. “The ultimate language of yoga is expressed in doing yoga, a practice that transcends words as we open our lives to living more consciously through the infinite wisdom of the heart.” ~ Mark Stephens, Teaching Yoga: Essential Foundations and Techniques

 

  1. “It is only when the correct practice is followed for a long time, without interruptions and with a quality of positive attitude and eagerness, that it can succeed.” ~ Patañjali, Yoga-Sutras

 

  1. “The path towards peace is not for the righteous, the ethical, the active and the compassionate to shit on the malicious, the complacent, the violent and the ignorant. The path towards peace is to be peaceful.” ~ Ilyas Kassam

 

  1. “Plants or animals rarely behave in an unnatural manner that’s contrary to their true makeup. Human beings are also natural beings, but at the same time, we’re conscious entities. We therefore have free will and must make the choice not merely to be part of nature, but also to follow faithfully the “laws of nature.” ~ H.E. Davey, Japanese Yoga: The Way of Dynamic Meditation

 

  1. “Because all actions and expressions stem from the mind, it is vital to know the mind as well as decide in what way we’ll use it. Everyone has heard of psychosomatic illness, and most of us acknowledge that psychosomatic sicknesses can and do occur. But what about psychosomatic wellness?” ~  H.E. Davey

 

  1. “Genuine goodness isn’t discovered through postponement but must exist now or not at all. It cannot be based on what is not. We must find it in what is and what we truly see.” ~ H.E. Davey, Japanese Yoga: The Way of Dynamic Meditation

 

  1. “Retaining our capacity for reason is common sense, but definite conclusions and beliefs keep us from seeing life as it really is at any given moment.” ~ H.E. Davey, Japanese Yoga: The Way of Dynamic Meditation

 

  1. “We are not going to change the whole world, but we can change ourselves and feel free as birds. We can be serene even in the midst of calamities and, by our serenity, make others more tranquil. Serenity is contagious. If we smile at someone, he or she will smile back. And a smile costs nothing. We should plague everyone with joy. If we are to die in a minute, why not die happily, laughing?” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “Truth is the same always. Whoever ponders it will get the same answer. Buddha got it. Patanjali got it. Jesus got it. Mohammed got it. The answer is the same, but the method of working it out may vary this way or that. ” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “[T]he period between four and six in the morning is called the Brahmamuhurta, the Brahmic time, or divine period, and is a very sacred time to meditate.” ~Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “If you do not pour water on your plant, what will happen? It will slowly wither and die. Our habits will also slowly wither and die away if we do not give them an opportunity to manifest. You need not fight to stop a habit. Just don’t give it an opportunity to repeat itself.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “At various points in our lives, or on a quest, and for reasons that often remain obscure, we are driven to make decisions which prove with hindsight to be loaded with meaning.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “There’s no value in digging shallow wells in a hundred places. Decide on one place and dig deep. Even if you encounter a rock, use dynamite and keep going down. If you leave that to dig another well, all the first effort is wasted and there is no proof you won’t hit rock again. ” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “Mere philosophy will not satisfy us. We cannot reach the goal by mere words alone. Without practice, nothing can be achieved.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras explanation 1.1

 

  1. “What is it that dies? A log of wood dies to become a few planks. The planks die to become a chair. The chair dies to become a piece of firewood, and the firewood dies to become ash. You give different names to the different shapes the wood takes, but the basic substance is there always. If we could always remember this, we would never worry about the loss of anything. We never lose anything; we never gain anything. By such discrimination we put an end to unhappiness.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “When even one virtue becomes our nature, the mind becomes clean and tranquil. Then there is no need to practice meditation; we will automatically be meditating always.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “Yoga says instinct is a trace of an old experience that has been repeated many times and the impressions have sunk down to the bottom of the mental lake. Although they go down, they aren’t completely erased. Don’t think you ever forget anything. All experiences are stored in the chittam; and, when the proper atmosphere is created, they come to the surface again. When we do something several times it forms a habit. Continue with that habit for a long time, and it becomes your character. Continue with that character and eventually, perhaps in another life, it comes up as instinct. ” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “When you win and the other fellow loses, what do you see? A losing face. There is great joy in losing and making the other person win and have a happy face. Who will be the happiest person? The one who brings happiness to others.” ~ Sri Swami Satchidananda

 

  1. “. . . I feel we don’t really need scriptures. The entire life is an open book, a scripture. Read it. Learn while digging a pit or chopping some wood or cooking some food. If you can’t learn from your daily activities, how are you going to understand the scriptures?” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “[O]ur own bodies are changing every second. Yet we take the body to be our Self; and, speaking in terms of it, we say, “I am hungry” or “I am lame”; “I am black” or “I am white.” These are all just the conditions of the body. We touch the truth when we say, “My body aches,” implying the body belongs to us and that therefore we are not that.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “The cause of bandha and moksha (bondage and liberation) is our own minds. If we think we are bound, we are bound. If we think we are liberated, we are liberated. . . . It is only when we transcend the mind that we are free from all these troubles.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “If we only look within, we will see the Light as if we were seeing our own image in a mirror. ” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “We don’t exhaust the Bible even after reading it hundreds of times. Each time we read it we see it in a new light. That is the greatness of the holy scriptures. They are that way because they were created by holy prophets who experienced the truth. Each time we read these works we elevate ourselves to see a little more.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “[C]ontinence is a very important part of yoga. If a handful of people come forward with strong wills, nothing is impossible. One Buddha changed half the globe; one Jesus, three quarters of the world. We all have that capacity.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “The purification of the mind is very necessary. ” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “The moment you understand yourself as the true Self, you find such peace and bliss that the impressions of the petty enjoyments you experienced before become as ordinary specks of light in front of the brilliant sun.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “Devotion gradually progresses to higher levels. . . . One type goes to God and asks Him to remove his suffering. Another one will ask for money or material things. A third will request liberation or release from his bondage. And the fourth will not ask for anything. He will just enjoy praying and praising his Lord. That is the highest form of prayer.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “As the mind, so the person; bondage or liberation are in your own mind.” If you feel bound, you are bound. If you feel liberated, you are liberated. Things outside neither bind nor liberate you; only your attitude toward them does that.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “Let us all dedicate our lives for the sake of the entire humanity. With every minute, every breath, every atom of our bodies we should repeat this mantra: “dedication, dedication, giving, giving, loving, loving.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “These Sutras are reminiscent of the Four Noble Truths of Lord Buddha: the misery of the world, the cause of misery, the removal of that misery, and the method used to remove it. Patanjali tells us that pain can be avoided. He further tells us that its cause is ignorance.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras

 

  1. “In not only the physical science, but in the real mental silence, the wisdom dawns.” ~ Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras explanation 1.49

 

  1. “Doesn't the bible say "blessed are the pure in the heart, so they shall see God?" when? Only when there is purity in the heart; a heart peaceful and free from egoism--the "I" and the "mine." Purity of heart and equanimity of mind are the very essence of Yoga.” ~ Swami Satchidananda

 

  1. “A soul doesn’t reside in just one place, it resides in every cell of the body - every cell has a soul. So in my yoga practice, I’m trying to connect with every cell. We are trying to make energy, information, prana and chitta move to every cell.” ~ Simon Borg-Olivier

 

  1. “See yourself in the practice you are not able to access right now. Imagine yourself in it.” ~ Sri Dharma Mittra

 

  1. “When you unroll your yoga mat & commit to the total journey of yoga, you unlock the mind’s power to transform physical substance with the power of spirit.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Talk to yourself like you would to someone you love.” ~ Brene Brown

 

  1. “Practice isn’t the thing you do once you’re good. It’s the thing you do that makes you good.” ~ Malcolm Gladwell

 

  1. “If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be.” ~ Maya Angelou

 

  1. “Feelings come & go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor.” ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

 

  1. “Hold yourself in an atmosphere of unconditional positive regard & constantly strive to seek your highest potential.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “When you meet a challenge, think of it as a chance to grow.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. "Today I encourage you to spend some time celebrating and loving yourself fully and completely" ~ Melanie Klein

 

  1. “Seek with all your heart & soul & the path back home will always be opened to you.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Meditation is a tool that brings you freedom in the mond, body & spirit.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “First, yoga IS prayer. While yoga originated from the ancient Vedic culture of India, the spiritual intent of yoga is to bring you closer to God.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “The promise of yoga is a life of inner peace.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “A strong mind is often the missing element to fully integrate the lessons of challenging yoga poses. I feel like I found true strength in hours sent in silent meditation.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “As yogis, we pray at the highest temple, the altar of love, the unquenchable fire that burns through all impurities, leaving only the glowing heart within, filled & overflowing.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “When you choose love & forgiveness, you choose to step into the stream of well-being. You do this for yourself, not for anyone else.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Live in love & all of life is a miracle unfolding with beauty & awe.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “You can only love someone else to the degree that you love yourself.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “There is magic all around you, in the sheer sound of silence & in the raging torrential downpour & in the profound depths of the body. It’s up to you to find your magic.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “The truth is that we stand on so many shoulders. Reality is interdependent. No one does anything alone. We are in community whether we choose to recognize & value that fact or not.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Nothing is insurmountable, no odds stacked against you are greater than the power vested within you.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Spiritual wisdom isn’t about creating lists of do’s & don’ts or making list of chosen ones. Spiritual wisdom is skillful action & a heart big enough to contain apparent opposites.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “You are not this body, not this name, not the things you own, not your accomplishments or accolades, not your history. You are a pulsating vibrating being of light & you have the power to create worlds.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Day by day focus on the small steps forward. Believe in yourself & never give up.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Some days are deep. Some days are not. Sometimes you lift up, sometimes you don’t. But you keep getting back on the mat & putting in the work. It takes both grace & grott. For many years. This inner work , this is yoga. The poses are just a door, a portal to guide you deeper into your own journey.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Make peace with the body & clear the mind as you move with awareness through your practice today." ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Imagine if instead of just coasting by the good times you allowed yourself to steep in them. When you relish something & savor it, the feeling tends to grow. If you take the goodness for granted it tends to evaporate.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “You, your blooming, your awakening, your opening, just can’t be rushed.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Stop & appreciate the goodness around you. Look up at the sky, breathe in the air, let the sun shine on your face.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Feeling with, suffering with, this is compassion. But in order to truly go there you have to be willing to listen & feel the pain of another.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Waking up is both a journey & a surrender, a way to dream a better dream, consciously, clearly, with kindness & generosity, a path of self-realization so that you can finally be yourself & be in love with who you are.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Let your joy flow freely with no need for a good outcome. Just let the beauty that is you shine.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “If you’re trying and showing up every day, you’re doing a great job.” ~ Celisa Flores

 

  1. “Awakening is not about changing who you are, but about being at peace with who you’ve always been.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Look inside at the feeling in your heart as you’re practicing & living your life. Let the emotional intelligence of the body & mind guide you towards alignment.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Balance is a state of mind that is then expressed physically.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Your opinion of yourself is really the only one that matters.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “There is a middle way, a place where you can be both soft & strong, open to growth & firm in your boundaries, forgiving but not forgetting, wise & compassionate, peaceful & driven to act -- this to me is what all the strength in yoga is about.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. "With your first heartbeat, you sign up for a ride called life. Life is a Self or God choreographed sequence sprinkled with crazy experiences, joyous events and untimely disasters you couldn’t even imagine ever happening to you. What an amazing ride." ~ Shanna Small

 

  1. “Regardless of what’s shifting in your life, know you have the strength to navigate the ripples, swirls and massive rumbles.” ~ Faith Hunter

 

  1. “Yoga is a humble revolution.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” ~ Winston Churchill

 

  1. “Sometimes it’s not strength but gentleness that cracks the hardest shells.” ~ Richard Paul Evens

 

  1. “The goal of life is to make your heartbeat match the beat of the universe, to match your nature with Nature.” ~ Joseph Campbell

 

  1. “If you want to see the sunshine, you have to weather the storm.” ~ Frank Lane

 

  1. “Joy is not in things; it is in us.” Richard Wagner

 

  1. “Whatever is your present experience, you can recognize the spaciousness that it allows it to be. You are this spaciousness, this awareness, this love. Deeper love and more spacious awareness is the greatest lesson you can get from any experience.” ~ David Deida

 

  1. “Rather than being your thoughts and emotions, be the awareness behind them.” ~ Eckhart Tolle

 

  1. “There is a voice inside of you. That whispers all day long, ‘I feel this is right for me, I know that this is wrong.’ No teacher, preacher, parent, friend Or Wise man can decide. What’s right for you -- just listen to The voice that speaks inside.” ~ Shel Silverstein

 

  1. “Happiness can only exist in acceptance.” George Orwell

 

  1. “The breath must be enticed or cajoled, like catching a horse in a field, not by chasing after it, but by standing still with an apple in one’s hand.” ~ B.K.S. Iyengar

 

  1. “The human experience always comes with discomfort, pain, confusion, and suffering in some form or another. Begin the work that will help you transcend these elements of humanity when you join us in this journey of healing and self-discovery through yoga and journaling. Let this be the beginning of a path that leads you back to your own essential nature of peace, love, beauty, and bliss.” ~ Alex C. Wilson

 

  1. “Yoga is a technique of spiritual awakening, like the activation of a seed planted in your heart.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Self-acceptance is a sense of peace. For me, it was when I ceased fire on my body and called a truce.” Melanie Klein

 

  1. “No other version, no matter how perfect it is, would ever feel better than being your true self.” ~ Edmond Mbiaka

 

  1. “Gratitude is a powerful catalyst for happiness. It’s a spark that lights a fire of joy in your soul.” ~ Amy Collette

 

  1. “Healing takes courage, and we all have courage, even if we have to dig a little to find it.” ~ Tori Amos

 

  1. “We can all find spiritual growth and fulfillment and ultimately experience less suffering in the endeavor to keep an open heart.” ~ Amy Leigh Mercree

 

  1. “I finally realized that being grateful to my body was key to giving more love to myself.” ~ Oprah Winfrey

 

  1. “Our breath is the most essential, real and present feature of every moment of our lives and yet it remains the most mysterious.” ~ B.K.S. Iyengar

 

  1. “Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” ~ Buddha

 

  1. “Social change starts from within.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “You are here for a reason, and that reason is for you to find and express and then join in the powerful play that;s called life with a song and a melody and verse that only you could sing.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Stop outsourcing your peace, love, happiness, and success to other people and other things already! Believe in yourself! Then, others will believe in you. Accept yourself! Then, others will accept you.” ~ Rob Mack

 

  1. “All of us are always looking for Love on the outside, but then one day we realise what we are looking for on the outside is actually deep within… the essence of our own being; and the Love you experience in the other is actually a reflection of it inside of You.” ~ Deepika Mehta

 

  1. “Listen to your heart and take a chance. Nothing is guaranteed, but the journey will be filled with your passion to live!” ~ Faith Hunter

 

  1. “Remind yourself that no matter what happens, you, and only, have the power to control your inner world. Choose peace, choose love, and choose compassion for yourself and others.” ~ Barri DeFrancisci

 

  1. “We are here to grow, to live, to learn and to love.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “It’s just practice. Do your best. Repeat. Over and over again. There is no substitute for showing up and putting in the work on the mat.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Feeling comfortable and connected in my body allows me to feel more powerful in the world. No matter what my body can do or what it looks like it is powerful. All bodies have intrinsic power in the world we just have to tap into it.” ~ Dinanne Bondy

 

  1. “Embody, body. Feel all that you feel and let the energy run through you… what a lovely reminder for those of us who are recovering from trying to control everything.” ~ Davidson

 

  1. “Yoga taught me that you can really be present where you are. So, even if you want to touch your feet and you’re not there yet, you can grab your ankles or a belt. That made me very comfortable in my body and learn to accept it the way it was. Then I started seeing progression.” ~ Anamargret Sanchez

 

  1. “There is nothing like the movement when possibility is discovered.” ~ Clyde Hampton Jr.

 

  1. “Cultivating inner stability begins with a strong body. As we move and fortify ourselves, we build muscle, stabilize joints, and properly align ourselves. This gives us the confidence to slow down and focus on the breath. Our minds quiet, in response, and stress lessens.” ~ Ahmed Soliman

 

  1. “If you understand that you have to do work to accomplish a yoga pose, but feel like being a good person is your only contribution to anti-racism, you are complicit.” ~ Shanna Small

 

  1. “And I said to my body softly, ‘I want to be your friend.’ It took a long breath and replied, ‘I have been waiting my whole life for this.’ “ ~ Nayyirah Waheed

 

  1. “The truth is that the best way you learn how to balance is by falling. Along the way to achieving the physical balance, you will learn mental and spiritual lessons that translate into your life.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.” ~ Ruth Bader Ginsburg 

 

  1. “It might surprise you, but when I first started yoga I wasn’t naturally strong. That’s why these strength poses are so important to me and my personal yoga journey.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Celebrate the small wins in life. Every single one of them. Steep in the good. Every single time. And soon it will be natural for you to find happiness at the turn of every corner.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “This is the real secret of life - to be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now. And instead of calling it work, realize it is play.” ~ Alan Watts

 

  1. “There’s always a push and pull between what you dream of and what you’re willing to work for.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Loving starts with the self.” ~ Wayne Dyer

 

  1. “Patience is a virtue that can be learned. Let’s get to practice.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Darkness cannot overcome darkness, only light can do that. Violence can never overcome violence, only peace can do that. Hat can never overcome hate, only love can do that.” ~ John Lewis

 

  1. “Try to pursue happiness directly and you’ll end up miserable. Instead, find happiness indirectly by doing what brings you joy and learning how to let good in.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “What you seek is seeking you.” ~ Rumi

 

  1. “Prioritize the welfare of others, practice forgiveness, and recognize that the kingdom of the divine lies within.” ~ Henry Winslow

 

  1. “Yoga is part of what you could call a path of awakening because it opens a door for those who seek the mystical states with all their heart and soul.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Courage is the most important of all the virtues because without courage, you can’t practice any other virtue consistently.” ~ Maya Angelou

 

  1. The answers are not always to be found in words, but in a quiet space of transcendent knowing that holds equal parts wisdom and love.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Patience attracts happiness; it brings near that which is far.” ~ Swahili Proverb

 

  1. “Yoga has the power to retrain our brains and our bodies, giving you the power to lay the foundations for more evolution of consciousness.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Be strong, be fearless, be beautiful. And believe that anything is possible when you have the right people there to support you.” ~ Misty Copeland

 

  1. “We often fail to take space when we need it, but with practice we can learn how to give ourselves (and ultimately our whole world) what we truly need.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “To get rid of a fear is not to eliminate things but to include and therefore transcend - to increase our love. We must give thanks to our fears because they are leading us to true unity within ourselves. Fear actually pushes us to master these illusions. This is because fear exists when we deny one side of the reality. Fear does not exist when you accept both sides.” ~ Derek Seagrief 

 

  1. “With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

 

  1. “Yoga and the awakening of the spiritual path are a full-fledged revolution of the mind. It is about deep and permanent healing of the core of your being and a restoration to your true nature, that is love.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing we’ll ever do.” ~ Brené Brown

 

  1. “Keep the faith and never stop working for your dreams. Drop the anxiety that comes with the quest for something definite where nothing definite lies. It’s a fine line to walk between the bounds of what you can influence and what is out of your hands.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Everyone of us needs to show how much we care for each other and, in the process, care for ourselves.” ~ Diana, Princess of Wales

 

  1. “It’s here, in this quiet moment of inward reflection where you’ll find a path to peace and maybe also a hint towards the answers you seek.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “You never know how strong you are, until being strong is your only choice.” ~ Bob Marley

 

  1. “I’m not afraid to walk barefoot through the jungle. Give me the path that leaves Earth prints on my feet.” ~ Holly Fiske

 

  1. “There is wisdom from the spiritual path of yoga that can help find peace amidst difficult times.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Your words have so much power. Every day, if you tell yourself ‘I love you’, if you give yourself one word of validation, it will change your mind.” ~ Ashley Graham

 

  1. “Try sitting with the unknown and pondering the mystery of life. Turn off your notifications and look up at the sky.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “You have the power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.” ~ Marcus Aurelius

 

  1. “The more you practice yoga, the stronger your mind becomes. With each asana, you’re building a concentrated mind that will stop you from feeding into the reactive patterns you may be used to and learning how to develop new, more compassionate ones.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Yoga teaches the life skills needed to attain mastery over the mind, so when you stand at the foot of any seemingly impossible mountain, you will be strong enough to believe you will find a way to reach the summit.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “To perform every action artfully is Yoga.” ~ Swami Kripalu

 

  1. “Love is not something separate from you that you have to go and get. Love lives within you and is of your very nature.” - Kino MacGregor

 

  1. “Yoga and the path of spiritual awakening are about learning how to carefully program the frequency that you live in.” ~ Kino MacGregor

 

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Thank you for reaching out!

I always start my day with my meditation an asana practice. This also helps to center myself and to create clarity. Further walks in nature also really help for me.
Since I write about things that I have a lot of experience with already, in general I just need a subject to write about. Starting from that perspective, I can use an intuitive writing process.

Within the writing process I take it 1 alinea at the time, being receptive to the words that want to come out. Usually the next alinea only comes through at the end of the previous alinea. Though, sometimes things keep coming up, while I know that there is a need more content in between (like a bridge, to make it understandable). In that case I just make a short note of these thought at the end of my working document and come back to them later.

I hope this helps.
Aimee Kuntz - 18 Oct 2021 - 13:42
First of alll I woud like to say great blog! I hhad a quick question that I'd like to
ask if you do not mind. I was curious tto find out how yyou center yourself and clear your mind
before writing. I have hadd a difficult time clearing my thoughts in ggetting
my ideas out there. I do enjoy writing however it
just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes are usually lost just trying to figuree
out how to begin. Any suggestions or hints? Kudos!
wow bosting - 10 Jul 2021 - 07:28
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