The practice of non-attachment is crucial when it comes to moving forward in life. The second noble truth in Buddhism says that attachment or clinging, ultimately leads to our suffering.
Let’s face it, sometimes life goes our way, but more than not, life goes it’s own way! It’s usually contrary to the way in which we imagined it or desired it to be.
Buddhism also teaches that we do have the opportunity to find Nirvana, that which is a state of joy. This comes from the practice of non-attachment.
In a mindful yoga practice, we can identify where these states of either clinging (tension) or joy (openness) live in our bodies.
With 38 years as a practicing yogini and 20 years as a yoga teacher and intuitive healer, Lisa Marie brings health and life changing experiences to thousands. Her commitment to her students and to the path of yoga guides her to serve others as they find their own divinity and tap into their essential nature.