In most cases, an inflexible mind fails to achieve the potential possible for us. In Neuro-Linguistic programming, we say the person or element with the most flexibility in the system will have the most influence. In the laws of physics, this attribute is called Requisite Variety.
Our ancient yogis understood the benefits and dangers of offering such potential to the mind. So they had practices of character to anchor such an incredibly flexible and robust mind through Yamas and Nyamas (ways of right living).
And in Neuro-Linguistic programming offered under the guidance of the American Board of NLP, there is an excellent consideration of Ecology when setting up goals or outcomes we want to have in our lives.
This complementary nature of east and west is our understanding and belief that underpin the various types of training Sarvah League offers. And we offer such, by collaborating with experts in the field.
Patanjali Yoga Sutra #2
The restraint and control of various modifications that the mind takes are Yoga.
The mind cannot avoid taking a form, just as water cannot help but take shape as we use it through various utensils and containers. When we can mold our minds flexible and also can change forms seamlessly, we can adapt to dynamic challenges that life brings to us. And the practice that renders such flexibility and potential is Yoga.