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The idea for my novel was sown several years ago when I grew tired of books and movies that continued to show the same old story of a trained fighter who relied on flashy violence and force to prove his point. The world is ready for a new type of hero I thought, one that relies on God for direction and fights only as a last resort. Therefore, my…
Moving Past Fear
Awakening to Connections
Trusting the Process
Finding Your Balance
Learning to Breathe
Listening to Your Inner Voice
Part memoir, part writing guide, Bruce weaves excerpts from his own journal throughout. He reflects on practice as life: the excitement of walking into his first yoga class, apprehension about bending backwards, discomfort with body appearance, the yoga of family relationships, the exhilaration of coming into Headstand for the first time, deepening appreciation for his teachers, and waking up to the exquisite beauty of the world around him.
Bruce guides you in stepping onto your mat and picking up your journal with curiosity and commitment. He shows how your journal can become a good friend, a confidant, a tool to deepen your experience of asana and pranayama, and a mindfulness practice in itself.
Whether you keep a practice journal already or want to start one, let Bruce and Writing Yoga guide you. Maybe you'll write a sentence a day, maybe more. Perhaps you'll come to your journal only now and then. What matters: exhale and give it a try!