I saw this trick in the book "Cool yoga tricks" a few days ago. The authors recommend to walk the feet closer and closer to a wall (in my case the wall was a door frame). The door frame helps to keep the back straight. Also the neck can relax and is in line with the back. I'll do this exercise more often.It felt good. It's an adjustment that one can give oneself.
And then the nightmare started. I wanted to take some more pictures. From one second to the next my self-timer didn't work anymore. Again and again I did pashasana. Nothing. The camera didn't start. I tried it again, checked my camera, the timer. I couldn't find out what it is. Hours went by.
I made the experience that repetition really helps to go deeper into a pose. First pashasana was rather difficult today. After the 6th time I was very deep in that pose. What an epoch making insight!
Now my body has cooled down again. I'm not flexible anymore. A few sun salutations were necessary to make me flexible again. In the meantime it's after 12:12. What to do now? I don't know. I curse (silently).
It's part of it: the technique. I must learn more about the technical aspects of my timer and my camera. This is so important.