You have your practice.
And I respect that. I honor that.
That is a living transmission between you and your teacher. Go deeper.
But what happens when you bring your practice off the cushion, out of the studio and into the world. What happens to your practice when no one around you cares about your meditation experience or how long you can hold half moon while controlling your heart rate.
Real-time is messy. It is unpredictable and you are out there all by yourself.
Do you long to get back on the cushion, hit the next yoga class or seek to enjoy a week-long, peaceful retreat?
Then you aren't actually doing the practice. You are escaping and hiding from fear and emotion when it matters most. You are letting the resistance win.
Your practice will teach you how to stand. If you leave it at that then it is all about you. Be brave enough to walk. To step forward into the opening with discipline, patience and generosity.
You might just learn how to dance.