Old habits are hard to break, aren’t they? Perhaps you’d like to stop eating food that’s not so healthy, stop being chronically late, or stop making passive/ aggressive comments to others. Perhaps you’ve tried a number of things to change these habit patterns but nothing has seemed to work.
Yogis can share the secret to being able to change any habit, no matter how long you’ve been doing it. Explore the yogic way of letting go of old negative habit patterns and embracing new, positive ones.
You form new habit patterns, in the view of yoga, through intensity of attention and energy. In other words, put energy and attention into the new habit you wish to develop. This is what you want to do instead of anything which distracts or weakens your focus. You apply intensity to the particular activity, action, or thought process which you wish to develop.
Samskars (samskaras) are the habit patterns that enable us to move and function. We can improve our lives by understanding and refining these habit patterns.
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