Yielding, Flexibilty, and Child’s Pose

Yielding and Flexibility
To make something smaller, first, let it expand.

To make something weaker, first, let it be strong.
If you want to get rid of something, first, allow it to flourish.
Yielding and flexibility overcome coercion and rigidity.
The inner workings can remain hidden, But the fruits of labor will be visible to all.

“In this exercise, blood is retained in the stomach and the intestines to strengthen digestion and elimination.  Sitting down on the heels forces blood to flow into the heart, lungs, and brain.” -Dr. Stephen Chang


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