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Here we are at the end of the month. Before you know it, we’ll be at the end of another year. Is your resolve to have a great year as high now as it was in that first week of January?

If not, why? Did you get too busy to accomplish what you set out to? If so, when is it going to be the perfect time to start working on your dreams and goals? There is no perfect time. The world is not going to slow down for you. You have to slow yourself down instead by starting to create “don’t do” lists as often as you create the ever-present “to do” lists.

Beware of the things that take you further from the person you’re ready to become. What are you really willing to exchange your energy and your time for? Your life is made up of the minutes of your day. How are you spending your life? Make sure you always have your dreams in sight.

Don’t let yourself become overwhelmed by the magnitude of all that you want to do. What is most important to you now? Focus on that. Focus on what you love.

No one can do this work for you. We’ll cheer you on, but we all walk our paths alone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Life Changing Practice or just a good stretch?

Without discipline there is no freedom. If you practice yoga occasionally, say once a week, you will have a “nice stretch” and maybe even get a “good sweat.”

That doesn’t even scratch the surface of what a regular yoga practice can give you. For your life to be headed in the right direction, you need to get in touch with your authentic self. Your yoga practice takes you inward so that you can discover who that is. Do you  remember who that person is? Do you remember they

once had hopes, dreams and aspirations?

It just takes a few deep breaths to get right back to the person you intended to become. Let your yoga practice, a true practice, take you there every day so you stay on course and don’t end up living someone else’s dreams or idea of success.

Discipline is Freedom…freedom to become who you intended to be. Freedom to live your life in a way that makes your heart beat faster with joy, even on the tough days.