Yoga class sizes grow as people begin to follow their New Year’s resolutions. Often this momentum wanes as we find ourselves back where we started, settling into habits and behaviors that we had high hopes of leaving behind. As you move forward into the new year, release what no longer serves you. Try setting intentions instead of stating resolutions. Empower your intention for the new year by practicing Sankalpa, will and determination. Sankalpa differs from the traditional New Year’s resolution by cultivating positive growth instead of trying to release negative patterns or behaviors. Whether you set intentions, write resolutions or practice Sankalpa, our articles are here to help guide your way.
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The meaning of our self is not to be found in its separateness from God and others, but in the ceaseless realisation of yoga, of union; not on the side of the canvas where it is blank, but on the side where the picture is being painted.