No, I have no intention on turning this blog into a yoga blog. The intention now was to perhaps inspire someone – perhaps you who are reading right now – to turn the world upside down for a minute or two!
It changes perspectives, it makes me see things in life differently, it adds energy, it adds blood to my brain. It has taken me three years of continuous practice to get here, to accomplish this particular asana, to do it steady, securily and as part of my daily routine.
And yes, I have a daily routine of doing yoga in the morning. My practice varies between 5-65 minutes, depending on the day and the time I can set aside. Nowadays the headstand is always part of my practice.
The way I look at the headstand is – As I have turned everything upside down with my own intent – nothing anyone else does during the day can turn my world even more upside down. It’s already been done, by myself.
All things happening throughout the day, with people interacting, will just reverse things even more and every time it happens I can just go back to the feeling in my headstand to remember that I love the feeling of change and reversing!
And I have to admit that I’m in awe of the yoga bloggers! It was quite a fuzz to take this picture involving a tremendous effort to maneuver both asana, position, light and camera…
Here is one more, from the side!!