That whole quote above is sooo true. And it speaks right to my heart. Cause as an undecided person I know this so well. Every time I was in a crossroad of decisions to make and I got frozen, unable to decide which way to go, which one to pick, I felt just like that: wasting life time. My lifetime. It feels like denying yourself the git of living. And I am not exaggerating. Because when you don’t decide, you stay there, wherever you are, stuck, doing nothing, living nothing, only watching your life passing you by.
So anytime you get stuck in a decision, not knowing which way to pick after a lot of thinking and intuition talks, just pick something and go. Just don’t stay still, undecided, watching time and life goes by.
Cause either way will be way better than just staying there, still, frozen, doing nothing, living nothing, only watching your life passing you by.
Since 2015, thanks to the UN, Yoga has its international day: June 21st. And of course I celebrated it with tones of Yoga. Like 3 hours of Yoga, Mantras and Meditations. It is a pleasure and a privilege to be able to practice Yoga for 3 hours in a row. Or every day. Or any day. It keeps me in shape, sane, spiritual, flexible, inspired, rocking. It puts in in touch with me, myself and I. And the joy of it.
Because of it and much more, man, I love Yoga. And I am so grateful for it.🙏
And this is coming from a person who up to a few years ago thought Yoga wasn’t her thing.
So thank Goddess I gave Yoga a second chance.
I don’t even remember why I did, just felt myself willing to try Yoga again. And so I did. First with a very light kind: Restorative Yoga. It blowed my mind away. Cause it was so relaxing, calming experience that even helped me to sleep better. So I kept doing it.
Restorative Yoga made me rethink my whole idea of Yoga. So, because of it I decided to give it a try to other types of Yoga like Hatha, another kind I love. To be honest I only practice Hatha every now and then but it is one type of Yoga I wanna practice more. And I will.
I also tried Kundalini. My first go wasn’t very successful. I just didn’t like it. So I passed for a little while til I gave a second chance to it and guess what? I loooooved it. And this has been my Yoga. I practice it every single day now. By myself. And everytime I have a chance I go and practice in a class. Both experiences are great. Each one on its own. Totally recommend both.
Kundalini in particular brought to my life two important things: joy and a spiritual sense or experience. It has been, indeed, a journey of my self, to my self, through my self.
And so much healing came from and with it…
And again, I am so grateful for this journey, with its ups and downs, goodies, baddies and uglies. Imperfectly perfect. Just the way it is.🙏🌸
And if you were like me and thought Yoga wasn’t your thing, just give another shot. Just like me, you can change your mind. And you can only gain from it.😘
So true. On the dance floor. Or in life. At least that’s how I feel. Because the journey matters. Perhaps the most. So we should enjoy every single step. Being present. Breathing in (and out) the moment. Savoring every experience. Retaining the lessons. Being grateful. And keeping on going. Flowing. Glowing…
As you can see I love quotes. They inspire me, they make me think, they make me connect. With myself.
And how about you? Do you also feel inspired by quotes? Which one is your all time favorite? I do want to know. 😘
Today is my last day as a 4.7. And although this personal year hasn’t been perfect (never is), I am so deeply grateful for it and I will always cherish to my core. It was an amazing inner and outer year. And it was because:
After a long time of self-absence I felt myself again. Fully. Wholly. Me. And this is priceless.
This year for the first time I felt Spiritual…
And truly grateful for everything in my life. Go figure.
I realized how I have been good in self-caring, in having my back.
I reconnected to one of my passions: blogging. FabAfter47.com here we go.
I started to write again. It is still a love/hate battle, but writing.
I got back my ability to make a case with clear thoughts and driven mind.
I added some pretty awesome, inspiring, warm people to my life. Truly keepers.
I found myself in Kundalini yoga.
I found a purpose. Or at least I think I do… 😉
For all of that and everything else, the good, the bad and the very ugly I am so grateful for my 47 personal year. Thanks you for all the experiences, the enlightenments, the insights. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. You rocked.
Come rain, come shine, under a storm or not, every single morning I walk. For 40 minutes. At least. Sometimes a little more, sometimes a little less. And I do it, not because I want to lose some weight (or keep it as it is), at least, this is no longer a reason for me, especially after reading this article. Anyways, I do walk every single day because it gives my morning boost. It is like my morning coffee. It wakes me up, put me on the right mind set, it helps me to think clearly and to have great ideas for my work while I am walking plus, afterwards, I do feel energized to start my day. In a good spirit.
I also walk every morning because I feel that it warms up my body, especially my knee, that I injured last year badly. And yes, I started this walking routine exactly because I wanted to heal my knee, by the way. I thought it was a good idea to help to put it back to its old good shape and I was right. In the beginning, when I started walking my knee was still a little painful here and there. However after a few weeks walking every day my knee felt great again. Almost brand new. I still have the scar (fading) but the knee itself is pain-free. And I am so grateful for it that is beyond words. 🙏
And that is why I walk every single morning.
How about you? Do you do any exercise or activity that makes you feel this way every single morning?