There is a famous saying : ''you are not a tree, if you don't like your situation, move!'' which is of course, a valuable advice when one has detachment issues. However, being yogis, we should remember that one of the we is the Tree pose! And not just because it builds balance and improves posture, but the in the mind adaptation as well! We have so much to learn from them! Being able to move forward or backward, leave an unwelcoming place we have also habits such as turning the back to what we do not want to see, running away from uncomfortable situations, hiding from the scary happenings... At that point, we have so much to learn about standing still, rooted where we belong to, opening our arms and chest in a way and say here I am, with all my and all my vulnerability. My branches will bend with the winds so they don't break, i will let go all the extra leaves when i will have to keep my energy for what is essential in the deep winter, i will grow higher if i need to be tall to reach the rays of light, i will grow thicker if i need to absorb water when it's dry.
For those who has a tendency to escape from uncomfortable situations, I would suggest starting the day by coming up to the tree pose, inhale a deep breath, repeat in your core '' i open my chest and branches high and face life because my strong roots will protect me from falling'' and exhale all your fears...