I met yoga first when I was a child, when I was sitting on the twine during the choreography classes, which is called Hanumanansana in yoga. Some people said to me when I was child: " Look at her, she does not seem to be worried at all. " In that moment I thought that it strange to let a storm of any emotions out , because it only devastates a person and does not solve any of his problems. Later I saw how destructively can my thought materialize and I even became frightened. Someone reading these lines will ask: "How does this have to do with Yoga?" An answer is simple: " The real yoga - is continuous work with one's own mind ." Meditation entered my life later, which gave me strength not to drown in the mundane abyss of passion, ignorance ... Then I began to practice Hatha Yoga together with meditations. Sometimes It was strange that images of some Asans appeared in my head, a description of which I already found later ... First time, sitting in a long meditation for several hours, I became uncomfortable with the that amount of rubbish, which my mind was clogged with. Later I wanted to study yoga more deeply and I learned at the courses of yoga teachers and continue to study independently. Often in the learning process I feel a certain feeling of deja vu: as if I have known all this for a long time ... Yoga makes a man more harmonious, wise, it gives the power to live life more qualitatively and to help others in this "
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You are a divine being. You matter, you count. You come from realms of unimaginable power and light, and you will return to those realms. Terence McKenna