Even committed simplification devotees wrestle with translating the impulse to unscramble our yoga and meditation practice — and then our daily lives — without overlaying another filter of new-age-y mystery and complexity on top of it in the process. Or buying another self-help book.
It can go goes like this. You sneak some overdue down time in a pastoral setting away from the rat race and move deep into your practice morning and night. Soon, you're homeward bound — renewed and inspired to commit to sustaining this healthy momentum. Because why not feel this heavenly all of the time or at least more of the time?