We’ve all been there…flush with the excitement of a new goal….
You have the best of intentions.
You have a plan.
You have support.
You’re raring to go.
Fast forward to a month or so later…
And you’ve given up. How many times have you promised yourself that you were going to do something and never saw it through?
Zero judgment here (been there many times).
And in my over 20 years of teaching, I’ve noticed the same pattern in my students. They start out so engaged, committed, and enthusiastic about their dreams, but it doesn’t last long. As soon as an obstacle appears, they’re too quick to give up.
Maybe you can relate?
In this short video, I share how to stop quitting on yourself and start reaching your goals instead:
In the video I share:
● The real reasons you’re not following through on your goals — and how to change it
● What the “law of attraction” leaves out — and how to truly get what you want in life
● What is called “stinking thinking” — and how cleaning it up clears the path to your breakthrough
If you’ve taken most any yoga class, you’ve heard a lot of cues about your external alignment… Line the toes of your back foot up with the arch of your front foot. Imagine pulling a cord from the base of your spine through the crown of your head.
This external alignment is part of most yoga styles and can help prevent injury. The problem is — many think this is all there is to yoga — a series of poses you master.
The part of Kundalini Yoga that changed my life, and the lives of so many of my students, isn’t anchored in perfectly holding a pose. It’s the intersection between the physical practice, and the internal practice, the focus on the movement of your energy inside your body.
That’s why Kundalini Yoga is different. It doesn’t include many of the traditional poses because the alignment we focus on is internal…not external.
In this short video, I share how internal alignment creates harmony between who you really are and how you’re showing up in your life:
In the video I share:
● The differences between internal and external alignment — and why you can’t focus on one alone
● Why being the physical embodiment of yoga isn’t the ultimate goal — and what happens when your inner alignment is off-kilter
● What I mean when I say, “Raise your Kundalini Energy”