METAMORPHOSIS - ep. 17 - I Release. #30Letters from #yogacamp miniseries

Releasing means letting go, dropping something from a tight grip. When we’re doing this with negative emotions, all kind of weird things might happen: aggression, panic attacks, nervousness, being tired, stomach acidity and others. It really depends on each person.

Releasing all that does not serve us anymore can mean becoming calmer, more at ease. It literally can feel like we drop a heavy rock or block of concrete and now we can breathe again. We begin to feel lighter on a psychological level.

Many logical people think that there’s no real correlation (a scientific one) between the body and the mind. This happens mostly in Western cultures. Meanwhile, the Eastern part has always been aware of the psychosomatic connections between the brain and the rest of the human body.

Take for example at how you feel when you’re stressed, angry or afraid. Relive those sensations. We’ve all felt them. Then, remember how you’ve felt when your mind was no longer paying attention to those issues, remember that feeling of relaxation and ease that you get when you breathe deeply. That’s what I’m talking about here.

Yoga relaxes the mind and body. Relaxed muscles help release endorphins that in turn improve your emotional state, giving you that sense of ease, of feeling good in your own skin.

Make the conscient decision / choice to let go of and release those negative thoughts. It will make you feel better.

Here’s the routine I’m referring to. Day 9 of 30 days of #yogacamp: I Release. Enjoy!

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As always, transformation starts from within.
For the rest of the “METAMORPHOSIS” series, click here.

#30letters is a miniseries derived from the experience of being transformed by some of my choices, in this case yoga, a lesson about yourself and for yourself. #Yogacamp is a 30 day challenge created by the wonderful Adriene Mishler (@yogawithadriene) and shared for free on her YouTube Channel. Check it out here.

Denisa (Alex - alias)

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