If you want to reach someplace new, you have to do something different than you’ve always done. The same actions will only yield the same results. Authentic new actions occur only when the observer within shifts, bringing new possibilities into view.
If new action is required for new results, then we need to make some new moves—language moves. If you have a desire to positively alter your practice and create an alternative future, it is only going to happen through an embodied shift in your language. If you want a new experience in the practice, the inner work is to alter what you say—or, more precisely, to say things that you have not historically said to yourself before and explore what happens.
What language moves can you take?
What can you shift in what you are telling yourself to create a breakthrough? This is the art and mastery of yoga practice: look, listen and work new tools to empower your desired results.