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Transform your well-being, body and performance with Natalie Cristal Morrison. Natalie is a London based yoga teacher, mindfulness coach, Personal Trainer, NLP Practitioner and Health Coach. She offers corporate wellness and team performance training to optimise your and your team's well-being and success. 


Natalie shares her yoga life - attending yoga events, classes and workshops in London and around the world. The yoga world from the inside. Yoga philosophy - the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, the Bhagavad Gita, the Hatha Yoga Pradipika and much more.  

Day 13 of #yogasutrachallenge: YS 1.13 tatra sthitau yatno ‘bhyasah

Natalie Morrison

Day 13 of #yogasutrachallenge: YS 1.13 tatra sthitau yatno ‘bhyasah My interpretation: Practice is steadfast effort towards steadiness of the mind. It’s ironic and telling that I missed a day of my daily yoga sutra challenge on this particular sutra. Patanjali explains that practice is the effort towards keeping the mind steady, and it’s generally accepted that the steadiness of the mind is affected by our old friends the gunas – rajas (passion, restlessness) and tamas (inertia, disinterest). Yesterday’s lapse in my daily sutra posts can be attributed to, characteristically, too much rajas acting on my mind: I get inspired so easily, I care about so much, and so I tried to do too much again! Practicing yoga is a way of calming myself down, but sometimes I wonder whether my rajasic personality is sometimes getting the better of me when I try to do a load of yoga-related things in one day e.g. the #yogasutrachallenge, teaching, and running There’s a line in the Bhagavad Gita I can totally relate to where Arjuna says the mind is “harder to control than the wind” since it is “fickle, powerful, and obstinate”. However, I am learning something from Patanjali, developing the ability to train my mind and to say to myself odd-sounding things like ‘there is too much activity in the mind’ ‘the mind needs to stay still’. Like training a puppy to ‘stay’ or ‘sit’ :)...

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