My provider did what all providers do and put my on drugs and wished me good luck. It wasn’t until I did the work thanks to our vast online data bases, that I began to make daily changes to benefit my health.
Yes, it sucks knowing that a non cancerous tissue is taking over my abdomen and has caused all the pain I endured with two unsuccessful pregnancies, but now I can look this thing in the face, call its name, and put it in its place.
I have challenged myself to be content in the moment. Often the new high we are seeking doesn’t feel as we dreamed it would and we keep pushing and pushing onward.
This lead me to the idea of a “Catch All”. While I would love to be solely a yoga blog, or a healing blog, my blog is more like the “junk drawer”. That one odd drawer usually in a kitchen that quite often contains everything but the kitchen sink.
What is your purpose? What do you wish to achieve and what is currently in your way? – For me, it was myself that I found in the way of happiness.
Are you along for the ride? I sure hope so. If you are a fellow yoga teacher please comment your contacts below and I would love to follow your blog and hear about what this practice brings to your journey of hope.
grow in the suffering. If we have to put up with it as a part of life, we might as well take advantage of it, and use it for our benefit.
When we become our own creatures, we are constantly on a mission to define and become our true selves. Part of this is identifying what has hurt us, what would make us stronger, and possibly heal us.
We try to empathize all while being envious of others fake reality, then turn that angst inward to guild ourselves into a better tomorrow.
While this rant and rave has little conclusion, I consider how these building blocks of managing our balanced state can impact our later interactions and relationships.