Let there be Light!

Deep Bows and thanks to @YA and @YAP

First, @YogaAllianceProfessionals recognised me as an experienced teacher three years ago. Now I’ve finally been recognised as an experienced teacher by @YogaAlliance.

I have been teaching yoga for over 20 years and I have a PhD in Philosophy. But I have really struggled with believing in myself as an experienced teacher. I look at 20 and 30 year olds and wonder where they get their sense of assurance! Perhaps as one gets older, one gets a sense of the possibilities of failure as a road to learning, as well as the possibilities of success. Let me be a light to those who continue on the long road of suffering, make mistakes time and again, but maintain the Hatha heart which is a dogged determination to carry on, without fame, without glory, simply because learning and deepening one’s insight inevitably lead one closer to a wise attitude. Compassion is where it’s at for me. I hope I can be of some use to more human and more-than-human systems now that I have achieved this recognition. Onwards!

Let There Be Light!

Published by KnowYogaIreland

Yoga and philosophy. Non-dualism. I teach a practice that will enable you to change your attitude, through reflection, and that, in turn, will enable you to change how you practice. Your practice is not just how you behave on your yoga mat, so this applies to how you practice everything, from saying hello, to washing your hands, to the way you behave towards other people, animals, systems, and yourself. As you change, the world changes in return, letting love do what needs to be done.

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