In what way are your fears holding you back? Even talking about your fears can feel scary so you might be expending a lot of energy avoiding what you need to face.
Awareness is the key to change and total transformation.
How do you face your fears? Start by engaging in the things you love to do.
The things you love put you in a state of flow and that is when the answers you need come to you.
What have you been avoiding doing for far too long?
What fear are you ready to face?
Practices like yoga and meditation, and any activity that puts you in a state of flow where your sense of time disappears, strengthens you and brings you clarity. The fastest way to change your emotional state and clear your mind is to move your body. These practices bring you home to your true self. That part of you that is fearless and ready to take the next step on your journey back to your authentic self.
Don’t let another precious day go by without answering the call of your heart.
In those states of flow, ask your mind to be quiet and let your heart guide you.
What have you been avoiding for far too long?
What fear do you need to face?
You already know that your greatest life lays on the other side of your fears.
I challenge you to breakthrough your blocks and all your self-imposed limitations. Come back home to your authentic self.
The Breakthrough Your Blocks course that starts in Vancouver, March 27th is a deep mental, physical and emotional cleanse. Message me at email@example.com if you’re ready to join us!
I’ve just wrapped up teaching at the International Yoga Festival in Rishikesh.
It’s a long journey and every year I question why I need to keep travelling so far.
The questioning doesn’t last long. It’s the diversity of students and fellow teachers that keeps me coming back. Continuous learning is one of the things I value most and I also enjoy putting myself outside my comfort zone to stretch my limits.
You’ll often hear travellers draw comparisons to home, but If you want things to be just like home, you can always stay home. Travelling allows you to soak up a new experience, a different opinion, a new perspective.
Can you let go of your need for things to be a certain way?
I love to hear how other students practice and experience yoga in their countries and there were over 100 countries represented at the festival.
This year was particularly gratifying for me as I got into some interesting conversations with teachers far senior to myself. We talked, we laughed and finally we danced, understanding that no matter how we approach the practice, regardless of style, and technique, we all ultimately want to be experience peace and joy.
P.S. I’ll be back in Vancouver on March 26th and launching right into my Breakthrough Your Blocks program, 6:00am–9:00am at Semperviva City Studio for one full week. Find out more here or personal message me at firstname.lastname@example.org