Hey there Yogis!
Let's talk about "home". What exactly means home for you?
Home isn’t just the place where we live. Home is the place where we feel comfortable, and comforted. Where we’re safe and secure.
Home is where we feel good that the heart itself is true. And that doesn't always happen in the house you were born in. It is often something that needs to be discovered, that needs to be built.
It takes courage to find your true home and enjoy it once you find it. But the goal for us all is to be able to match feeling good about where we are and feeling at home in our heart.
I. A quote by Maya Angelou
"The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned".
II. Tortoise Pose: Kurmasana
The pose kurmasana is inspired by a tortoise. Tortoise withdraws inwards when it suspects any threat around. Similarly, while practising kurmasana, we connect with our spiritual core by moving inwards.
Kurmasana lengthens your spine; opens your shoulders; helps you withdraw your senses; and, finally, quiets the mind in preparation for meditation.
4 Steps To Master Tortoise Pose
III. Pose | Series
Pose is a drama that reinforces the impact of family on one’s life. It reminds us that family can be our strength or our strife, the wind in our wings or the rips in our sails.
For the characters on Pose — most of whom identify as gay or transgender and have been rejected by their biological parents — it’s about finding hope beyond your given circumstances, connecting with others like you and forging a chosen family built on a foundation of love and acceptance. The families formed in the world of Pose show more love and loyalty than any of the biological nightmares from which these characters have escaped.
Pose it’s a story of struggle — the AIDS crisis is a constant shadow —. But it also spotlights its characters’ aspirations. It’s sincere, buoyant, fun andstunningly designed. It demands to be seen!
We'll get back to you shortly Yogis!
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