By: Rebecca Rondone, Owner of Pura Vida Yoga & Physical Training

Liberation means to be free. In the flow of a yoga practice, it is the action of letting go. As Patriots, we do our duty, live abundantly, express gratitude, and let go. It is a great skill to practice the state of non-attachment, the releasing of your fruits through action, our efforts, our hopes and dreams.

With life comes opposites, and we must learn to accommodate these pairs: Desire and aversion, love and hate, man and woman, simplicity and paradox, committed action and non-attachment.

At the end of each day, confirm you showed up, burn brightly, lived passionately, and held nothing back. When the moment is over, when our work is done, step back and let go. Carry all opposites in your heart, unite them as one, and your trials with the world will come to closure. Try to do everything in the world with a mind that let’s go.

If you let go a little you will have a little peace. If you let go a lot you will have a lot of peace. If you let go completely, you will know complete peace and freedom. Your struggles with the world will have come to a place of Peace.