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April 27, 2015
I agree with you to a point. The path to perfection can lead to many pit falls. And if I practice perfectly will that make me a better yoga teacher? To transcend from student to teacher is not a path of perfection. We are all humans and we make mistakes.
There are many reasons for mistakes. If I am perfect in my practice, will I lack compassion for my students? Will I demand that they all be able to practice yoga the same as I do? Will I demand that they eat as I do? Sometimes it happens that the student who ds everything perfect isn't a good yoga teacher at all.
Many times the teachers who are best have learned by observing their mistakes and the mistakes of others.
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