Well, I did it. With the exception of that post about the Eagles going to the Superbowl, I wrote something yoga-ish every day. I missed a day or two of restorative yoga and never missed a beat on the meditations. Not bad for a thirty day practice!
Since this is the last post of the January series, I feel a summary is in order.
Laura’s yoga practice to-do list:
• Make time every day for quiet stillness, but don’t wait for time to magically free itself up. It won’t. MAKE it happen.
• Turn it into a ritual by creating a special place and adding touches of beauty and sensory pleasure.
• Practice observing your own emotional reactivity as a way to reclaim the power you lose to old patterns of behavior that cause suffering.
• Try restorative yoga poses, like the ones I mentioned throughout the month.
• If restorative yoga poses aren’t for you, find a different activity the elevates you to a higher emotional state and balances your energy.
• Seek out a group of like-minded people to connect and grow with.
• Find your purpose and live authentically.
No problem, right? Ha! Easier said than done. The last important thing to note is that when the list falls apart, don’t take it personally. Tomorrow’s another day, and failing is just a part of growing. So off we grow!
Thanks to anyone and everyone who read my diatribes for a month. I feel like I’m just getting started, so don’t go anywhere. I’m not done with you yet. 😁
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