Sadhana, literally translated as “a means to accomplish something” refers to a practice that will help one attain the ultimate expression of one’s life. According to Sadhguru, it can be anything; the way we eat or sit or breath… anything. Martha Beck once said, “The way we do anything is the way we do everything.” Sadhana is a dedicated practice that enhances this. Most of the time this refers to a spiritual or religious practice, one where we usually ritualize an action and look for perfect execution. The lessons then come in the work to refine our actions. It’s a form of bondage that’s goal can be seen as liberation. In this way, Sadhana is a discipline and according to abhyasa, observatio

7 Ways to Build Consistency in your Yoga Practice

Why do we practice yoga? We all have our own specifics but I think the underlying reason for all of us is that we want to live a happier, healthier, more peaceful life. We want to end our suffering, however big or small, and we believe yoga might be the answer. And, in my humble opinion, it is. I have no doubt. We know yoga is good for us. We know our day is better when we practice. So why is it so hard for us to make yoga a consistent daily part of our life? Why is it a struggle, a regular inner battle with our mind to make it to our mat everyday, especially when deep down we know we really do want (and need) to do it? In reality it is a very, very hard thing to show up for yoga everyday. I

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