Does it happen to you that……
Do you only think about meditating when we are suffering from over-thinking?
Do you only think about eating healthy when we want to loose weight?
Do you only think about being kind to others when everything in your life is going well?
yep… many of us are masters at (like they say in my country) lock the door after the house has been robbed !!
Do you want to know why?
Because too often we get too comfortable with our lives, we get too comfortable with our jobs, we get too comfortable in our relationships and when we least expect something happens and we are completely unprepared to deal with it.
As my teacher used to say “comfort zone is the kiss of dead!”
Life’s magic happens in the unknown. Growth happens in the unknown.
When we start to get too comfortable we stop the routines, the habits that keeps us focus, the eagerness to explore, specially this time of the year, the good weather attracts the more relaxed side of us, the sun shines all day, lifting our spirits and we start to slowly be off track.
Nothing wrong with getting off track for a bit, it can actually be quite an enlightening experience. The issue is when the off track last weeks and sometimes months. What happens is that when we want to get back in the wagon, it is a million times harder to install the routines, to create change and to have motivation, with the added frustration of how far backward we feel in our meditation practice, or yoga practice or the healthy eating habits.
What is that very good habit/routine that would make you feel calm, would help you stay focus, or feel energised that you have stoped recently?
And …. How are you feeling since you stoped it?
For the past 6 years I have been in and out of the wagon several times, with the posting of my gratitudes, with my meditation, with speaking with my family that’s lives outside the UK and many other things.But … its like everything else, we need to keep working at staying in the wagon and the more we practice it the less we come off and when we do the length of time out of the wagon becomes shorter and shorter.
”Repetitio est mater studiorum” Repetition is the mother of all learning – Latin proverb
I am going to share with you how to stay in the wagon and enjoy long lasting benefits from consistent good and healthy habits.Remember, we will be meeting LIVE on Sunday, 12th August. At 6:30 pm.
Namaste with Love ?
If you missed the masterclass reach out, lets have a chat and find out if I can help.
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