Kenneth Folk: I have been thinking it would be fun to talk about the yogi’s toolbox. The yogi’s toolbox is consistent with the idea that it is good to be dynamic in your practice. It is consistent with the Three-Speed Transmission that you should do whatever practice is appropriate in that particular moment. So one thing I tell people is that one of the techniques—there is kind of a meta-technique that you have to learn, and that is to know what to do in any given moment.
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