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Creating a Life You Love


What kind of life are you co-creating with the Universe? Beyond the factors you can’t control are many that you can. If you spend a little time each day setting an intention and deciding on a plan, you can transform your life to be one you want- a life of profound joy and happiness or at least some more ease. Start to take change of your own evolution.

Evolution happens slowly. This is not a quick fix solution, but the results will last a lifetime. Because once you have begun your spiritual awakening there is no going back. Once you know better, you will do better. Even when you fall back into old habits, those old ways of being won’t be as appealing. The things that used to bring pleasure will lose their luster-- especially the less healthy things. Take this as a positive sign that you are progressing on your journey.


Once you move onto the path with earnest, you are changing for the better. Your True Self is emerging. You become lighter. Your vibration increases and things start to go your way. There are many paths to awakening, but I can only speak to the one I know, the path of yoga.

Well beyond physical postures, yoga is the science of spiritual awakening. It begins with the physical body because that is where we dwell, what we can understand from the beginning. We consider the ways we treat ourselves and others (Yamas and Niyamas), and we move our bodies into positions named after warriors and sages. We are taking up the path that is not for the weak. And even if you stumble on the path from suffering, you will transform quickly to the new ways of being.


After the Yamas, Niyamas, and Asana, there is breath work, or Pranayama. Through honoring these techniques, we slowly begin to chip away at the things that hold us back from being our best, our most radiant and amazing Self. We notice where we are stuck. We stretch, we bend, we strengthen, and we breath. New pathways are forged and we soften.


If any of this appeals to you, please begin to carve out time in your day for practice. Practice doesn’t have to be formal or long. You can simply get up a little early, Move your body for 5 minutes, sit and watch your breath for 5 minutes, and be done. Getting started is the hardest part. The discipline it takes is just more of the learning. And if you need some guidance along the way, stay tuned. I'm looking forward to providing you even more opportunities for growth in the coming months.

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