I have been a yogi for over 12 years now and have found that mindfulness is a lifelong process. I still have not learned how to be mindful all time...
The person you gave your heart to just cheated on you, your boss has dumped on you (yet again), the driver in front just cut you up or worse... You’re fuming and justifiably so, right?
Well yes, maybe!
It’s human to feel anger, but to hold onto it can literally eat us up.
I began my yoga journey in my 40th year and am very appreciative of its benefits.
I now encourage my clients to explore yoga as a viable option to help alleviate emotional/psychological discomforts and improve overall feelings of well being.
Many years ago, I’d been living what I’d thought was the ‘right life’. I was in a corporate dream job and living with the man I’d thought of as my dream man. Then I realized I was living in someone else’s dream.
After many sleepless nights, I ended my relationship, moved out, quit my job, and did a lot of soul searching. At first I didn’t know what I was experiencing was positive change. I thought I was a victim of drama. Lots and lots of drama!
Love, I think, is a sustained openness to another person.
Alva Noë Thich Nhat Hanh teaches about love like this: Love is Understanding. If we don’t understand someone then we cannot truly love them.
I find this very challenging. Understanding would be easier if it were a one-time, static thing, but it’s not. It’s a practice that we do every moment. Just because my partner likes to walk one day, it doesn’t mean that he won’t want to take a taxi next time.
Do you trust the Universe?
Do you trust others? Do others trust you?
In this article we are going to look at how trust plays out in your life, and how becoming aware of the powerful affects that trust has in our lives......