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Shavasana, Tears and Yoga

Once in awhile, unexpected emotions ignite a need to cry after a yoga practice. It is usually an unanticipated energy that finds its way to be released when you surrender in Shavasana. If you let those good tears roll down and out, instead of fighting to hold them in, you are allowing your practice to finish its purpose. The original intention may not coincide with the results...but, let the energies move.

Believe me, you are not the only one in the room having this experience. Nor, is it likely to be a one time event. Emotions change like the ocean waves roll in and out. Some are turbulent. Some are placid. The one consistentency is change. Change is better than being static. If the waters didn't move, a film of bacteria would grow and devour the vibrant life that loves to move. Consider the tears a moving of residual "stuff".

The incredible heart that beats around 100,000 times a day for you needs you to listen to it...respect it some love. It shows its love …