Practicing yoga has a lot more to do with a lot more than just putting your body in a certain position. And putting your body in a certain position goes much deeper than just the body parts on the outside that are working you into that position. And using your body and doing the "posing" is only one tiny part of what is going on in a real yoga meditation. Meditating is a lot more than just doing a bunch of yoga poses and then laying down like a corpse. And breathing practices (pranayama) go a lot deeper than just "paying attention to your breath." Everything you do in life should be done with intention. With purpose. Moving your mind in a direction of stillness is the only way to get deeper into your spirit as a human. Moving with purpose as opposed to just moving. Narrowing your thinking down and peeling away layers of mental accumulation so you can "see what is underneath" and "eliminate" the bad energy and the bad impressions that have been left inside there...that has to do with personal intentions, personal stress and grief, and personal goals and obstacles in front of them. It should transform your attitude, your emotional life and ability to cope with it, and your experiences in life from not just your physical body but your sexual, spiritual, mental, intellectual, and even your other "bodies" and dimensions that are almost unexplainable. If you practice yoga regularly, you will keep every part of not just your body, but your mind in shape. But more has to go into it than just "posing."
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