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June 20, 2010 / Gabriel Azoulay

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“Practice and all is coming” are Guruji’s most famous words.

Yet it can be hard for many of us to discover what practice is, or how exactly it should proceed.

The beauty of Ashtanga is that you don’t have to think what practice is, or how it should be done. It has been laid down many years ago by Vaman Rishi, written on Banana leaves and discovered by Krishnamacharya and Pattabhi Jois many years ago.

Our job is to surrender our own ego and take practice.

Our work is to share this practice with as many people as we can. Through Yoga the world can heal, recover, and find peace.

So share your practice, what ever it may be, and if you find you get stuck in your head, remember, Ashtanga is available, easily, and everywhere.

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