I say 'no worries' to myself if I get the sense that I'm beginning to think to much; you know, figuring and planning and possibly writing a script. It reminds me to take a breath and let it go.
I say 'no worries' to my friends if they think they are causing me inconvenience or distress and what I mean to say is that there is nothing in life that cannot be met with the ease of 'no worries'.
I do yoga...... I practice daily on my mat and it is here that I use and cultivate the ease.
Once again, chickens and eggs.....which came first ease of 'no worries' or the practice of yoga? I cannot say which came first but I can say, at this point, that they produce each other.