ABHYASA and VAIRAGYA go hand in hand. A few weeks ago, before I published my website, I quoted from one of my Sutra books: ABHYASA: Diligent, Focused Practice.
And now, this week I am coupling that practice with releasing attachments to the results of that particular practice. So here's a small quote to ponder on:
"The secret to happiness lies in the mind's release from worldly ties." -The Buddha
When practiced together, ABHYASA and VAIRAGYA, one can remain focused on one's practice without getting caught up in how the results will turn out. In Asana Practice this is important because the Pose is not the goal, but the practice of actions and intentions. Whatever comes out from that is a step toward perfection, but it is never perfect. So remaining detached on how one is supposed to feel and look after parcticing yoga is essential to a lightness in spirit thereafter and beyond.