How many times in our yoga practice do we have charitable thoughts, loving thoughts toward someone? If our thoughts or beliefs about someone or something get a little crazy, hostile, for no other reason than they are "interfering" with our own progress, I think its time to take a step back or ten and re-evaluate our practice. That is not the correct way to practice yoga: to trample all over someone- even in our own thoughts and feelings so that we can be un-hindered. That is something else. Take a step back...look at it from the bigger picture. Everyone has different struggles and their own cross to carry which might be much heavier than our own, but we just don't see it. A practice of compassion and empathy can be a more challenging exercise and will strengthen different muscles that are more important from the perspective of the eternal.
Take a step back if you need to, get a different perspective.
"Do you think that my spiritual life is strewn with roses- that is the flower which I hardly ever find on my way. Quite the contrary, I have more often as my companion 'darkness'. And when the night becomes very thick- it seems to me as if I will end up in hell- then I simply offer myself to Jesus. If He wants me to go there - I am ready - but only under the condition that it really makes Him happy..." - Mother Teresa of Calcutta pg. 20 of "Come Be My Light"
"For us Yoga shall be the technique that allows man - when this is fitting - to establish himself in silence; not merely away from noise, but effectively in the silence of the senses, desires and human passions, in the silence of the mind, banishing preoccupying thoughts and worries, accepting above all to remain silent so that the Holy Spirit of God may now and then make its voice heard, and the spirit of the man be listening." Father DeChanet pg. 59 of "Christian Yoga"
"The true friend of Jesus is essentially distinguished by love!" - Pope Francis April 22, 2016