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Breath Work — It Doesn't Have to be "Work"

When I first started my inner work to heal myself, (which included dropping out of college at 18 to pursue a yoga teacher training), breath work felt unfamiliar and uncomfortable. Not to mention I was smoking cigarettes at the time, so to focus deeply on the physical reminder of how I was hurting myself was painful. For me, there was also fear, an anxiety, associated with letting go of my control and surrendering to the breath. When practicing breath work it is important to seek guidance and to honor one's own boundaries and comfort level.
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Tao Te Ching, The Book Of The Way by Lao Tzu

The Tao Te Ching, one of the most influential texts of Taoism, is a collection of short verses that encompass many of the core beliefs of this philosophy. These verses touch upon a range of topics, including action, the duality of nature, knowledge, and virtue, to name a few. However, at the heart of the Tao Te Ching, and indeed, of Taoism as a whole, lies the concept of the "Tao." Translated as the "Way," the Tao is an abstract notion that refers to the natural order and progression of the universe.
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