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When you're under constant sense of attack, our bodies are not meant to do that. Feeling that sense of vulnerability for an extended period really has an impact on the mind. You just don't know if it's going to be you next. I really can't complain. I wasn't physically damaged. I have both my arms and legs. I came back home and was able to pretty much go on living. I've struggled with the guilt when you're in an environment where you're trying to kill people. It messes with your mind and of course, in the military, there's a lot of bravado. That's part of the reason why it's hard for vets to get help because they don't want to be perceived as weak. So there's a lot of unreported PTSD. It has taken a lot for me to try to heal. I started yoga after a friend suggested I give it a try. It has taken me in another direction to where I've surrounded myself with ways to help heal me. Every time I'm able to get on my mat and work towards being in the present moment, that's what we really try to help people with PTSD. Dude, why is yoga such an incredible opportunity for people who have PTSD and other stress-related conditions? Because it has a direct effect on the autonomic nervous system. Somebody who is stuck in fight/flight and they can't sleep, they can't go off guard duty in their own mind, you give them the right practices and if they do them, their ability to switch over into the rest digest part of their nerves that is going to be restored to them. In the 80s or 90s, I would guess just a tiny number of veterans were using yoga meditation to improve their...