Engage your legs, find geometry. Your body is the compass. Find the "L" shape in standing poses like padangusthasana (hand-to-big toe pose) and Virabhadrasana III (warrior 3 pose). Or look down in eka pada adho mukha svanasana (one-footed down dog), then lay down in supta padanguthasana (reclined hand-to-big toe pose). The "L" remains, rotating in space and between reference planes. Change your point of view. Keep the "L", kick up and find float in your flow.