Hello lovelies! Here's Collection #2 of our Managing Roadblocks to Well-being. The over-arching theme for this set is Tuning Into Ourselves.
During the moments I was working on this piece, I listened to classical music - The Four Seasons, Brandenburg Concertos, Cannon in D... you get the idea. My point is, for this work, classical music helped me tune into myself.
I invite you to cultivate your own rituals to help you tune into you - nothing complicated, just things you enjoy!
Have you ever gone "where was that post" on Facebook? Scrolling for goodness knows how long looking for that one post that gave you some insight, comfort or epiphany?
I've decided to start compiling our Managing Negative Emotions posts for your quick reference.
We are creatures of habit. We don't like it when our routines are disrupted.
It's the same when our preconception of how things should be is challenged…say, when it comes to our yoga class. When this happens, it can throw off even our favourite activities and what used to always bring us contentment is suddenly a source of stress.
You probably won’t know this, but my website has gone through three overhauls; so has my business name and logo. Not to mention the designs of my posters, banners and images that I use on my promotion materials and social media. And even now, when I really love and am proud of my current design set, I still find myself reviewing and refining everything.
The same is true for my class sequences. I use the next set in the cycle as my home-practice to enable me to refine the poses, modifications and mini sequences that make up the whole in preparation for my classes...
I like taking photos of bees. I'm always amazed by them in so many ways, not least is their seeming dedication and devotion to what they do. That seems silly when I really think about it...so I don't! Haha!
But it got me thinking about how I relate this to the practice of yoga and how people would traditionally or conventionally understand this.
I wrote the following quite early this morning after a whole night of having the attached poster (I made of one of my bee photos) flying in my head.
"A Reflection on DEDICATION to our Yoga practise. Some would say a dedicated pr...