Margin is the space between our load and our limits. Margin is the gap between rest and exhaustion, the space between breathing freely and suffocating. Margin is the space that allows for proactive responses to our daily challenges instead of reactive responses that end with the same result. What I love about yoga is the potential for it to become integral to this process.
I’m breathing more freely now! I believe it’s a combination of factors - from weekly appointments with my Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor; to yin yoga practices to open the front side of the body; to finding someone to help me clear my head; and finally to adopting methods such as the Kazin to help me create space in my daily grind. omplete honesty with ourselves requires us to create a little bit of space, stillness or at least some slowing-down of the mind. When we react instantly to situations on a purely primitive and emotional level, we’re often not seeing the truth and are acting from a place of fear and conditioning, instead of cultivating joy.
You don't climb mountains without a team, you don't climb mountains without being fit, you don't climb mountains without being prepared. And you never climb a mountain on accident - it has to be intentional - Mark Udall. Here is what I'm doing to get fit and prepare for a more balanced life. Yes, it involves some deep breathing and journaling. (Since I’m still not quite sure how chakras work I’ll leave that off for now). It also involves decluttering for clarity's sake.