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Yoga Burn

by Ssregina Regina (2019-05-06)

Throughout my Teacher Training at The Yoga Burn Review Yoga Institute, most of my realizations involved how I was not following a yogic way of living. I immediately wanted to start living a perfect life which is not easy when faced with 30 years of multiplying craving, desire, attachment and aversion.Change is the result of awareness, patience, acceptance and perseverance. Every little step you take immediately gives you many rewards which encourage the next baby step.As a writer, have you ever experienced writer's block? Or lost the ability or desire to produce new work? Like most professions, there will be days, moments or even weeks, where you feel unable to sit down and write. Maybe you are going through a bad patch in your relationship, or recovering from a bout of flu; perhaps you are in serious debt and the associated stress and worry causes you sleepless nights so in the morning you are too tired to writ Learning how to work with writer's block, how to continue writing even though life gets in the way can make a big difference to your sense of worth as a writer. As a creative person, when you write you feel energised, alert, alive and in the flow. You are doing what fulfills you and everything else takes a back seat. When the energy is blocked, your creativity zapped and your mind full of other more worldly pursuits, your writing suffers and emotionally you feel stuck and in some cases, give up writing altogether.Rather than go down that route, have you thought of using yoga as a way to help you overcome writers block? If you have never thought about this, here are four of the many benefits gained from using yoga to help you release your creativity and inspire you to write.