6. Avirati: This obstacle is concerned with over-indulgence, non-abstaining from worldly pleasures, often driven by cravings and overpower of feelings. This obstacle shows up both within and outside the yoga practice. Within our yoga practice, we can become attracted to some yoga postures that are easy to practice or make us feel good leaving aside the postures that are hard to master.
7. Bhranti Darshana: This obstacle presents itself when we are living in a world of delusion or are blinded by false perceptions. The development of a false notion and misconceptions about yoga practice lead to harm and disappointment. Also, it is imperative that we not only appreciate the art of yoga but try to delve deep into it for enrichment.
8. Alabdhabhumikatva: While commencing on a yoga teacher training journey, we invariably face situations where we feel like we are failing and are not progressing in our journey. In this situation, we are tempted to change our directions and lose our resolves.
9. Anavasthitatva: This refers to instability to maintain the progression due to pride, stagnation or faulty practice. In order to keep the yoga practices fresh and developing, it is important to keep exploring the science of yoga.
With a better understanding of the obstacles that plague our yoga practice, we can remain to persevere in the direction we are heading and acquire positive consequences.
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