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Episode 30: Andrea Ferretti – 3 Resolutions to Set Yourself on a Path Toward Happiness

I live in a state of duality when it comes to New Year’s resolutions. On the one hand, I loathe them. I loathe the intense focus on self-improvement and self-achievement that’s emblazoned across magazine covers in the month of January. And YET, I love the idea of taking a moment to pause and reflect on the previous year and to think about how I’d like to live in the coming year,

And so. This episode focuses on three resolutions that really get to the heart of what has created happiness in my life:

* Use Your Yoga Practice to Get To Know Yourself
* Practice Self Acceptance
* Be the Love

What do you think? I’d love to know what you’re working on. And, my friends and listeners who are from outside the U.S., I’d love to know if you feel the same cultural pressure on self-improvement around New Year’s!

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
Buddhism Without Beliefs, by Stephen Batchelor
Taylor Harkness podcast: The Yogis Guide to Getting Through the Holidays Without Losing Your Sh*t
Episode 5: Self Acceptance and Yoga

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David Szesztay — Welcome Home
David Szesztay — Sweet Water

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Episode 11: Andrea Ferretti – Four Ways Hitting a Plateau Can Deepen Your Yoga Practice

Hello everyone,

This week I’m stoked to share a bit of my own writing/thoughts with you. It’s a quick episode and I hope you enjoy it. The topic is one that is dear to my heart: So often when we hit a plateau in an endeavor, we feel like it must be time to give up. It feels like a signal of failure or boredom or a lack of growth.

But since yoga is as much about the mind as it is about the body, I feel that a plateau is really a golden opportunity to deepen your practice. Give it a listen and please let me know what you think!

“You’re not perfect. That’s the bad news. But the good news is you don’t have to be to have a beautiful, effective, long-term yoga practice.” — Andrea Ferretti

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MUSIC
Ketsa — Always Late
Podington Bear — Wolf

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