"The wise man lets go of all results, whether good or bad, and is focused on the action alone."
It's hard to let go of results. How many times do you fall out of standing bow repeatedly and start giving yourself the evil eye in the mirror. Maybe even shaking your head in disgust before getting back in. What if we decide "This challenge I'm not going to sit out any postures for the entire 101 days". That is certainly an awesome thing to achieve. There are many yogis on this challenge that will in fact do that without trying. However, even the most seasoned yogis have their bad days. The yoga truck doesn't discriminate. It doesn't say "Hi Bikramyogachick! You've been practicing for two and a half years so I'm just going to honk and drive by, no running you over!" No. That truck doesn't care who you are, what you have eaten, how hydrated you are or how long you have been practicing. It will run you over occasionally. Some days it might even chuckle, slam it into reverse and back up after you have staggered to your feet. The important thing is that we do not give up. We take each practice as it comes. We speak with wonder of our strong rockstar practices and we let go of the tough ones. For we are here to practice Bikram yoga for 90 minutes a day for 101 days. That is the action we are focused on. We will let go of the results and just.....do!