With the birth of each of my children, I felt an incredible sense of fear and burden. This is not to say that I didn't love them because I love them more than life itself, which is why I was so willing to sacrifice every part of myself if I had to.
But the amazing thing about life and experience is that it's a bit like pigeon prep pose. The first time I experienced this pose it was excruciating, I hated every minute of it, I never wanted to do it again.
Now this is a pose that I long for. This is a pose that I do willingly and in different styles with different focus and structure with deep breath and full intention. So the Real questions evolved as what all had to change within me to better my perspective on the dauntless pigeon pose? Of course it was my body but also it was my focus: on my mind, my intention, my perspective, and then finally my experience. But in all rights of passage--it was the experience that lead to the perspective, intention