I’ve made the decision not to withhold information for profit.
That seems to be the health paradigm we’re working in these days — one person is sick and needs access to information or care. Another party has this information or service but withholds it unless a transaction is made.
Our lack of a national health plan speaks volumes of this, but lately yoga teachers have caught on, too, and I have certainly been guilty of charging prices just within the top limits of “reasonable” just because I know people are desperate enough to pay.
This isn’t the yogic path. In the old days, yogis lived on alms or had wealthy patrons who kept them in clothes and food so they could practice and teach the public.
I think many more yoga teachers would teach by donation if there wasn’t the fear that their own needs wouldn’t be taken care of.
So I’m breathing through some fear to state that I’m going to share all that I know about yoga and bipolar disorder here on this blog (in the big picture, that’s not much, anyway), free to the public.
(If I do ever offer a product, it will simply be a synthesis or reorganization of the information you find here, or in the case of video, a longer work of higher visual quality.)
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