Dismantling the Armor

by Tias Little
Yoga International

Like the armadillo, we are clad in a protective cloak of armor that clings to our bones and keeps the world at bay…This armor protects against outside forces, both real and imaginary, warding off the unwanted and guarding our inner self.

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