How can I be in relationship with my internal enemies defined as (but not limited to) delusion, anger inadequacy, fear...
When I became serious about yoga and all it entails I remember getting frustrated with the notion of "the answers are within you". I wanted answers to be handed to me - to be told what was right. Now many many many years later coupled with many many many trainings I am finding that I have to do the work aka practice and observation. I have to be accountable for my spiritual practice, my asana practice, my meditation practice, etc. I am responsible for who I choose to teach, inspire and lead me. I cannot be passive when it comes to my own personal growth. I must practice and observe. I must ask the hard questions. I must live, listen, explore, read, ask, fail, take chances and most importantly love. I mustn't let myself off the hook for continuing to grow and align myself with teacher's (internal or external) who keep me practicing and observing. If the teacher's I choose to follow do not hold themselves accountable what example is that setting? As a teacher I too have to tow the line and be accountable for my teachings.
Are you accountable for your personal growth?
- ▼ March (5)