Woman shocks the internet by breastfeeding while doing advanced yoga

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Carlee Benear, a 29-year-old mom, didn't stop doing yoga while she was pregnant.

She has continued to do it while she is breastfeeding her third child, according to The Huffington Post UK.


✨"In our prophecies it is told that we are now at the crossroads: Either unite spiritually as a global nation, or be faced with chaos, disasters, diseases, and tears from our relatives’ eyes. We are the only species that is destroying the source of life, meaning Mother Earth, in the name of power, mineral resources, and ownership of land. Using chemicals and methods of warfare that are doing irreversible damage, as Mother Earth is becoming tired and cannot sustain any more impacts of war. I ask you to join me on this endeavor. Our vision is for the peoples of all continents, regardless of their beliefs in the Creator, to come together as one at their Sacred Sites to pray and meditate and commune with one another, thus promoting an energy shift to heal our Mother Earth and achieve a universal consciousness toward attaining Peace. As each day passes, I ask all nations to begin a global effort, and remember to give thanks for the sacred food that has been gifted to us by our Mother Earth, so the nutritional energy of medicine can be guided to heal our minds and spirits."✨~Chief Arvol Looking Horse *lifting all my Brothers &Sisters up in prayer* (((❤))) ✨🌎✨ #NODAPL #standwithStandingRock #waterislife 🌳This is a fight for saving Mother Earth and protecting All who live here🌳 #yogawithkids #breastfeedingyoga #babynumber3 #meditation #leagueofextraordinaryyogis ##dreaminghopper🌬️ #igyogamoms #yogainspiration #yogaeverydamnday #yogapractice #focus #forearmfriday #educatebeforeyouvaccinate OUTFIT- @soulflowerbuds

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"Once my daughter was born, we were inseparable. After a few weeks of staring at her every move I felt the urge to get back on my mat and step back into my practice with this fresh new joy surrounding me," she told HuffPo UK. "Once we started feeding and flowing, a spark ignited. We were connected again in harmony."

Benear shows off her yoga mommy skills on her Instagram.

She chronicles her reasons for doing this in her captions, where she often likes to share quotes from figures like Mother Teresa and John Lennon.

She's unstoppable.

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