Anxiety is all too common of a denominator in human beings.Well, guess what? Your yoga teacher is also human.
Now, did a small part of me stereotype and judge that one from a lower socioeconomic strata will not be tipping me. Yes, of course! Am I proud of that? Not so much. At the end of our ride she pulled out a $5 as would my own grandmother and told me to make sure I buy myself a nice cup of coffee.
I am guilty for making absolute claims that “I do not live my life with regrets”. But in the long run, I really do not, because I try damn hard to not attach to those regrets. I have moments of regret, but trusting my intuition and taking risks, I know that good things will come.
Habits help us through our day. When we are doing something that is habitual, we are not engaged in the task in the same way as when we are doing something that is not habitual.
What kind of habits do you want to hold on to? To let go of?
When we decided to take the hike to beautiful Preikestolen, my friends and I knew that the well placed signage and semi challenging but not impossible trail would get us up to a magical and serene vantage point. Enough research had been done. What we didn’t know was the emotions that would be stirred… Continue reading Unfearful of Death; Unfearful of Living.
The bittersweet feeling of leaving home and venturing out to the unknown is a feeling that is not completely uncommon to me. I’ve done it multiple times during my adult life. This time it is quite different. I am doing it from a point in my life where I feel very proud of where I… Continue reading Regress to Progress
Are you one who easily claims that they live baggage and drama free? Do you think you’ve cleared and do not surround yourself with negative energy? Do you have a relationship (human or material) that no longer serves you? If you are answering yes to any of these questions, that’s fantastic. However, for many it’s… Continue reading That Which Does Not Serve You, Let Go!