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April 27, 2015
Namskar Seeking Light,
Lead us from the unreal to the real
Lead us from darkness to light
Lead us from death to immortality
May there be Peace Peace Peace.
You should pick up your personal practice this second. Getting certified, finding jobs, getting insurance is all covered in the course. CPR is not required, unless you teach in a gym, but I would still get it. You will learn every detail of Yoga and business. One thing: Never teach free classes unless you have no problems with money. Besides, Paul and the other tutors will advise you every step of the way.
I would not quit my job though. Why not keep your job, study Yoga part time, graduate, and work at teaching Yoga part-time until you have enough work to go full time? I understand about children and a husband, but logical decisions must be made after much thought.
Please think about this: You are not a quiter until you give up. You haven't given up if you are thinking about starting again. You will be in good hands with Aura.
Om Shanti Shanti Shanti,
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