Day 20 of September’s #SizeDoesn’tMatter Yoga Challenge: Hanumanasana (Monkey Pose)

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I recorded a short video of this pose- Check it out on my Youtube Channel.

It’s not too late to participate in this month’s challenge- you can check out my instagram, youtube, facebook, & blog for videos, photos, and other resources!

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1. Follow me (@mynameisjessamyn), @yoga_davina & our lovely sponsors (@yogiblissbox, @buddha_pants, & @invertyoselfclothing) on Instagram.

2. Post a pic of yourself in the pose of the day- check @yoga_davina & I for daily pose updates. Tag us & hashtag #sizedoesntmatter.

3. At the end of the month we’ll select a few of you to receive goodies from our generous sponsors- don’t forget to tag all your pictures w/ #sizedoesntmatter!

(BTW, if you’re participating via tumblr, just tag your posts #sizedoesntmatter!)

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"In the Hindu view of nature, then, all forms are relative, fluid, and ever-changing maya, conjured up by the great magician of the divine play. The world of maya changes continuously, because the divine lila is a rhythmic, dynamic play. The dynamic force of the play is karma, another important concept of Indian thought. Karma means action. It is the active principle of the play, the total universe in action, where everything is dynamically connected with everything else. In the words of the Gita, “Karma is the force of creation, wherefrom all things have their life.””

― Fritjof Capra
The Tao of Physics: An Exploration of the Parallels between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism

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