What I Learned From Teaching…Naked. | elephant journal

The space inside of us that houses our ability to accept is that same place that holds our pure love, our compassion, our courage and our ability to approach each moment outside the confines of our metaphorical clothes—that which restricts us.
To be honest, I feel more naked out in public fully clothed than I felt in that yoga room; I didn’t feel naked, I simply felt myself.

Even though most of my weekly classes require me to teach with clothes on, I now know how it feels to show up to a place exactly how I am—completely free in my own expression of self…every stitch of me, even the shredded bits.

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3 thoughts on “What I Learned From Teaching…Naked. | elephant journal”

  1. Reblogged this on PenguinLove and commented:

    One day _/_

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