Experiential Wisdom

Aware of what you’re doing while you’re doing it, with as little judgment as possible, for judgment just blocks us from seeing it as it is.  Directly experiencing the action and the results.  Not just with your mind but your whole being.  Allowing the experiential wisdom to grow from here.  Both of the interconnectedness, and the discernment of the subtle distinctions.

Asana, physical yoga, a laboratory to teach us this in our bodies.  Meditation shows us this in our minds.  And we can become more subtly aware in our whole lives.  Without having to try so hard, just by staying present.  Incrementally.

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