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"Your calm stuff there."

Updated: May 17, 2022

Some beliefs* associate meditation and yoga with babas cool and reality denial practices.

*Beliefs: these are all things that we consider to be true in our daily lives. An example: I felt betrayed by someone so I can't trust anyone.

Knowledge point

Yoga includes meditation, hatha yoga (physical and mental activity) and many other branches.

It is an art of living.

The intention is to be fully, now.

Yoga = union with body and mind.

One takes into account the flow of energies (matter) and what exists beyond any concept. It is about becoming aware of: how we function (thoughts, reactions, emotions, sensations ...) and what is our relationship with everything.

Some people summarize it with the question: who am I?

In short, it is about rediscovering our full potential.

Let's take a closer look at the subject.

Freestyle point

First of all I don't know anything.

Secondly, instead of continuing with academic explanations. I'm going to talk to you in the most frank way possible. This will not be easy because I also have fears (beliefs).

-Attention emotional striptease session - sensitive souls abstain.

OK, I'll go for it.

What will happen will happen.

I know nothing.

Fucking nothing.

And I've never known anything.

I perceive what "is" as intangible and changing. From this, I understand that I know nothing.

I am unable to assert anything about myself or what I consider to be true, false, good, bad.

I make life choices but I also perceive them in an intangible way.

As if nothing existed except what "is" now.

I do not know how to describe it.

I feel lost and unable to grasp what life is and how it should be lived. Like a fish in water enjoying what is but not being able to make sense of it.

Sometimes, when I express myself, one could think that these are affirmations and a perception pointing to THE truth or MY truth but it is so not the case.

I feel like a child who hasn't been told anything about the concepts, the current system and how it works.

No matter how hard I try, everything I think is true deconstructs to leave only "this", this deep feeling of love for this life and what is, this ignorance of anything else.

When I share this. I'm not looking for an answer. Because whatever it is, I come back to this permanent intangibility.

This also disturbs me.

I question without looking for answers.

In fact, it is a matter of wanting to accept myself as I perceive things and to be accepted.

(Here I am naked)

I am looking for the love of what is. I want to cultivate it and melt into it. To do this, I choose to confront what I think is me, what I think is true and false.

I want to become fully aware of it, to look every aspect of what I perceive, others and reality, in the face. To tell them all that I accept and love them from the depths of my being.

- Marie Mazeau certified teacher. Guiding with gentleness, mindfulness and Joy in Paris and internationally online.


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