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November 14, 2006


Samakonasana, originally uploaded by govindakai.

Daily, intense practice of asana, as well as, the other aspects of Yoga lead to deep transformation and purification of body, mind, heart and spirit. We should always be mindful of what is awakened within us during this kind of process. Cultivation of patience, mindfulness, kindness, compassion and gratitude should always be given the highest priority.



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