Various people are interested in practising Yoga and Meditation, but they say it is not easy to practice non-attachment with body and mind. They want to have peace but, it seems like very difficult for them to be peaceful. Non-attachment is allowed us to live world fully, without being attached the people, and things or thoughts that create suffering.
“The root of suffering is an attachment.”- Shree Radhe Guru Maa
What is Non-Attachment?
It’s learning about how to let go of the judgments and emotions that create suffering. Non-attachment is about acknowledgement, perspective, flexibility. It is an understanding that we cannot control things. Once we start to stop being so attached to our opinions, we experience tremendous relief, inner peace.
Beyond Human Nature
It’s by non-attachment or moving past our human nature that we become enlightened. And that is the goal of yoga. Samadhi, or enlightenment, is yoga’s eighth limb. Through our dedicated yoga practice, we can gradually move toward this state of non-attachment and bliss.
Benefits of Non-Attachment
- You can’t connect to the outcome, meaning that you’ll be free from the dread, anxiety, and inner tension that come with clinging to expectations.
- You’ll be more peaceful and less unstable, meaning that your relationships and friendships will drastically improve.
- You start to feel a sense of wholeness because you don’t want anything; in particular, you learn to stay happy just as you are in the present moment.
- You’ll feel more grounded and connected to life because you are not lost in thought-based attachments – you’ll participate in life more fully.
- Your mind will become clear, and you’ll be able to perceive the truth more easily.
Observe the trees which allow the birds to perch and fly away without either inviting them to stay or desiring them never to depart. When your heart feels like this, you will near to the way.