Why do you do Yoga?

Group Thread in yoga
mysteron

So, it may seem like a simple question, but I reckon it'd be fascinating to discover the range of reasons people practise yoga.

So, why do YOU do yoga?

What drew you to it in the first place? Have your reasons for doing it changed with time? What do ...

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tripper_photog:

@manic I think bikram is a trip, I tried it once and I was a wrung out wet rag in the end, but yea it was good. For awhile I went to yoga classes that were donation/free, that was when I first started, I was in some sort of transition period, I then found a great studio with unlimited classes and didn't break my bank. The app mind and body can help as well.

manic:

There's a bikram yoga studio close to where I live, and it's only like $14.00 for a class (I get a discount through my work) so it's not bad. I like sweating in a work out but only then!! Haha. I'll have to try that app! Thanks!

I am so horribly behind on my @bloghomework that it is unreal! I guess really with this topic I had to think about it a lot. With so many changes happening so fast in my life right now the things I would have wanted to accomplish in the next year are always in fluctuation. I've had to make a lot of huge and scary...
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robertbluesman:
Just wow! With even a fraction of your family concerns I'd likely have folded tents and vanished! The energy vibes from this post are pure medicine my dear, and I salute ALL your valiant efforts offering daily thanks for their most successful outcome. I'm sooo humbled by your ability to focus, multitask, and most importantly to dream and see beyond the slings and arrows! Well Played INDEED Miss!!!
ivylina:
You are such an amazing person!! I admire you MORE AND MORE every single day I learn something about you! You deserve to have the BEST in this world. You're strong and gorgeous, so I'm sure, you'll make it! You'll do great at your job, you'll turn Pink and be a relaxed person knowing that only good things lie ahead of you!  I wish you all the best in the world, darling!

I have only one favote line from a movie

"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time... like tears in rain... Time to die."

@missy @rambo

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charliefreakingwatts:
"It wasn't lies, it was just.....bullshit"  EB
raindogsteve:
Anyone that knows and loves this line is an instant friend of mine!

dating sucks!!!

Don't you wish you could understand the mixed signals you get from the ladies? Are you sick of boys playing with your emotions? Does your dating life suck? Let's vent! This is the place where boys and girls can share their advice, stories and tips about dating--whatever your ...

@rambo @missy :)
So, here I am again, talking to you about my fears in this @bloghomework >.<

First of all, I'm fucking scared of every kind of birds. I really don't like them, all that sharp beaks and claws, even pigeons scare me, when they walk near my feet or fly so down near my head. Milan is full of pigeons, that's why...
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wnbmq2hagqa3:
That means that for example I'm in love with my wife in a way that I never imagined was possible when I was twenty.   I still think she's beautiful, even though she's not twenty either.  I'm still learning new things and doing meaningful things with my life.
wnbmq2hagqa3:
None of this is a given--I know lots of people my age who are basically dead inside.   So it's a challenge for you, but one to rise to, not one to fear: take care of your body and your mind.   Be open to learning from experiences.   Listen to what people say and try to understand why they said it.   Notice what they fear and try to understand why they fear it.   Get to know your own mind, try to notice how it works.   Learn to meditate, if you can, not the sitting down and zoning out kind, but the active kind, where you are paying attention and are more alert than you normally are in daily life.   There is so much sweetness to be found in life.   Spend your time on that, not worrying about death, which comes to all of us sooner or later.   Every bad thing that happens to you in life will happen in its time, and there is no point in spending any of the time when it's not happening suffering through what you imagine it might be.

This week our blog homework topic from @rambo @lyxzen and @missy, is about things we collect.

Honestly, I'm not much of a collector… sorry if this is disappointing. Obviously I'm a collector of tattoos, which I've gotten pretty good at. I suppose I could say I collect books from some specific authors too (Anaïs Nin & Nikos Kazantzakis). I currently only have one...
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feryn:
Love it! I have an atlas moth is a clear frame and I have two halves of a sheep heart, and a wet specimen mouse and my new little mummified fetal pig! I'm pretty new to my collection but it's so addicting!
dutch:
Oh man this one time I saw a taxidermied fox at a flea market and I wanted to buy it sooo bad. I don't currently have anything other than animal bones, however the foyer in the home I grew up in is covered in animals my dad has killed O_o (deer, fish, turkey) haha

I like to collect tattoos. Is that considered a collection?! Well to me it is. I have designed about 90% of my own ink and I like to think of my body as a living art portfolio that will be with me always. People ask me to send them links or to see my work and I am always happy to oblige but being able...
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iantha:
Love 'em!
promethius:
A beautiful body of work

tattoo

This group is for people with tattoos , people who do tattoos , and people who might be thinking of getting a tattoo . You can talk about who your favorite artist is , or where the best shop in your town is located . Share a picture of your new work , or ask someone ...

Benjamin Percy earned a lot of acclaim for a series of books including the short story collections like "Refresh, Refresh" and novels like "The Wilding," but it was with his 2013 novel "Red Moon" that he became a bestselling writer. The book is a werewolf story, but it’s a story about politics, a story about people living with war and a moving and powerful
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slinky:
I enjoyed reading this. Makes me want to pick up this book and start reading.
obelix100

We all have those. We listen to them by ourselves when no one is around. Time to fess-up. Are you a manly man who enjoys an occasional song by Celine Dion? A tough inked chick who sometimes listens to New Kids on the Block?

Here is one of mine.

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dutch:

@darkyogi haha SAME! Some of them are so goddamn catchy I can't help it!

fizzel808:

"Since U Been gone, I can breathe for the first time.

alleyesandears_poster2015

It’s frightening how little the West understands The People’s Republic of China. And what we don’t know is hurting us — and them. Inside China’s borders resides the largest population on the planet (1.357 billion compared to the United States’ paltry 318 million), which is guarded by the largest army in terms of active personnel and a formidable nuclear arsenal. China
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tomtom8181:
We   need a Suicide Girl to be president
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ceres:
LOVE YOU
noirique:
Brilliant! 

happy Friday!

Blog Post By kayble

Hi there, and happy Friday, how beautiful has today been! I am currently packing for a 9 day trip back home to Georgia! I am so so excited, but I am taking am Amtrak train, so I'm a bit nervous. Have any of yall ever taken an Amtrak train? 20 long hours of sittin, but totally worth it!

Lately I've had such an...
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dementia:
Omg. Such a beauty!! :)
lilymai:
Looking gorgeous darling and i hope you enjoy your trip :D xxx