Yoga and divorce


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13 Responses

  1. It is decades since I have practised yoga. My body is as flexible as a brick, and I sadly fear that my mind has tendencies that way as well.
    Thank you for the reminder and gentle nudge.

  2. Rajlakshmi says:

    Yoga changes the perspective in life… One gains both physically and mentally. Loved reading your thoughtful views on the practice. Thank you so much for the mention. Delighted that you remembered my blog 😀

  3. shalzmojo says:

    First up – Raj’s yoga asana pics are mind blowing!! She is just into some incredible stuff that I cant even wrap my brains around!
    I do practice yoga , off and on , and love the learning I have got from my guru on it as she is just amazing with her practice.
    Kalpanaa reading your blog all this month has been so therapeutic for me, that I cant thank you enough over it. I want ot know more about the Yoga centre in Delhi – could I DM you please for that?

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  4. leannelc says:

    Yoga is something I have being meaning to look into this year – it sounds like the perfect Midlife way to add some exercise into the day without stressing my body too much – I will definitely get there (just have to get this AtoZ Challenge finished first!)
    Leanne | cresting the hill

  5. Its interesting to know how even you could stay calm and balanced during divorce due to yoga. My thoughts and experience likewise. Divorce could have lead us in any other direction, but having found a spiritual path helped in maintaing our sanity. Since we are on this, I have also written on my blog about yoga being an integral part of my life. My Y post today too is on a wonderful yoga centre called Yogshakti. Do read these when convenient, would love your feedback.

  6. Bob Scotney says:

    I don’t know anyone who has practised yoga and after almost 60 years marriage I don’t think I’m flexible enough to start.

    Y for YorK House

  7. I haven’t practiced yoga since my babies were born (fifteen years ago). Since then, I haven’t been able to get back into it regularly, which is a shame. i’d forgotten how having that centeredness and flexibility and balance was good for me.

    Her Grace, Heidi from Romance Spinners

  8. Shilpa Garg says:

    Yoga is on my mind as well though havent acted on it as yet. Thanks for an insightful post.

  9. Interesting! All I know of yoga is that I had it one semester in high school. Very elementary and focused on the physical and some breathing. Still, I still enjoyed getting to the point I could do each position correctly.

  10. Chrys Fey says:

    I wish I could do yoga, but a rod in my back forbids it. *sigh* Yoga would definitely be something I could get into otherwise.

  11. Ravish Mani says:

    Liked the link between yoga & marriage. Yoga is all about harmony and so is marriage. You rightly said that one’s goal should be to give one’s 100% and need not to compare oneself to others but to measure only one’s own progress.

  12. aagya says:

    I am thinking of coming out of my so called marriage….depressed and sad,,,crying for last 2.5 years now. I am feeling scared and though my family is with me..i feel so alone… i hate my husband,,even when at the same time I love him too,,,,,would I ever come out of it.. I have been treated badly very badly still I feel I am doing something wrong now…Am I?

  13. aagya says:

    Hence I will do Yoga

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