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You will only offend
You will only frighten
the close minded
and you will never
by those who don’t
deserve your presence
and that’s completely fine
Building a positive mindset requires just as much mental energy and work as building a negative one.
1. Only use positive words when talking. If you’re constantly telling yourself and others how difficult things are that's how it will feel, that WILL become your truth
2. Replace negative words with more positive ones. Listen to what you say and try to interject words of hope, compassion, kindness and positivity into your every day language.
2. Also, use words that evoke strength and success. Make a deliberate effort to use them in both self conversation and conversation with others.
3. Learn from the past. The past is behind you and no matter how badly things went there is nothing you can do to change them.
4. Think of your past as train stations in a journey, somewhere you visited but moved on from. A time where you learned lessons that fostered a better you.
5. Look for opportunity. Spend time thinking of ways you can turn your setbacks into growth opportunities. .
6. Associate yourself with those who think positively. Positivity is contagious, so find friends and family members who look on the bright side to surround yourself with. .
7. Understand that the situation is not forever and make a conscious decision to be resilient.
Resilience is a skill and it's not enough to just accept your shortcomings and love yourself without also working on all those traits that essentially leave you unsettled, distracted, depressed, insecure or disconnected.
Poses I CAN’T do... 🤷🏻♀️
I know it’s meant to be a compliment,
though I can’t help but laugh a little
when I read a comment on any of my
photos or videos that says:
“Is there anything you can’t do?” 😊
I guess I find it funny because in my head there is a long list of things I can’t do 😂 (& this video shares just a few of them).
The truth is there will likely be hundreds of asanas (or more) that I may never be able to access in this lifetime.
And you know what?
I’m TOTALLY ok with that! I’ve learned that I don’t need a check mark next to every yoga posture or transition that exists. My practice isn’t any less valuable without them.
And I want to share this important reminder with you too. ❤️
Because being on this platform means
we are exposed to incredible shapes and
movements on the daily. But the value of our practice doesn’t change wether or not we can access them.
It’s wonderful to enjoy the things we see here, and it’s fantastic to feel inspired, BUT the most valuable part of OUR practice is to be grateful for all of the things that WE CAN DO. 🙌🏼
Wanna join me in spreading this
Share the poses you can’t do, tag me in your post, and use the hashtags:
I’ll be sharing them in my stories!