How my world changed after 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training

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Few days back me and a friend of mine who is a keen yoga student started a conversation on a FB post of a friend. In the post she described how she feels about life and how everything is crowded , how she is getting the rough from life and how she is trying to work on balancing & staying connected + trying to keep a good attitude through all this with the help of  yoga/meditation practice.

We got connected to her via the 6 week course in Pokhara Nepal when she came for her yoga teacher training certification in Vedic Yoga Academy.  The facebook discussion we had with her was on the observation/experiences we all had when we came back to the western world after having spent time in Nepal working on ourselves, our perspective, and how living in the laws of nature flourishes everything in every way.  The question we all had was that how came we are struggling to bring what we have learned when back in our daily lives?

To me it seems like the major difference is this – when I decided to do my 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal, I was open for ideas, my heart ready to expand & my mind was ready for new perspectices. In short, I was excited to do my 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal. When I was there, I could feel it happening – I learnt  and learnt, I was shown newer dimensions and I loved the new findings about myself and life in my Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal.

Fast forward to now, when I am back in my surroundings , there is a part which I feel that I left behind in my Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal. Don’t get me wrong. I am not complaining. So much has changed for me {my heart, my perceptions, my awareness} that I am looking to go deep into the realm of Yoga and the normal life is not motivating me. The challenge is to incorporate the new learning in the normal life. To tell you frankly, it has been a bit of up and down, once I came back.

If I ask you to leave your mundane set life behind and go to do a Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal which you absolutely love and then come back again to the mundane life, then surely your heart would want to go back and continue the exciting journey, wouldn’t it?

What I understood is that the Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal has given me the environment where  growth & transformation happened and practice made me realize that the  results are absolutely stunning. Then the training was over and came the hard part – to make adjustments in the old life in bits and pieces , rather than completely flipping it upside down.  I realized that it is so important to bring others with my journey. In the transformation process, I openly connected with others. This connection helped in the later part to give inspiration and help in total transformation, after the Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal was over.

I take this moment and ask you to start your journey if you haven’t and stay strong on your chosen path. Always remember- You are destined – to be you.

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