In the modern world, where almost every other person sits behind a screen for more than 7 to 8hours a day, it becomes difficult to chalk out time for oneself. While there is no “me-time” in the schedule, the isolated hours are often spent doubting oneself. We flip through the magazines and watch things on the television and set unrealistic expectations from oneself failing to meet which, the self-worth goes extremely low. There is no harm in wanting to do something, but know that you may have flaws, and you may have a few hidden dark parts which may restrict you to reach your full potential. The need of the hour is to realize this, accept it and move on to greater things. There are a great many ways to embrace your dark parts and yoga is one of the most efficient ones. We will discuss below how yoga helps a person embrace their shortcomings and flaws only to bloom better.
These are a few out of the million ways yoga can help you accept yourself fully and wholeheartedly. Remember, it is okay to not be able to do something, it is okay to have flaws and shortcomings, and it is okay to not be perfect. The key is to accept and move on to better things!