At the end of each year, I ask my customers what they need to let go to move forward. I’m not worried about clearing out my house, my wardrobe, my car, my make-up bag, etc. , But I rarely think about what occupies the most important space I own: my personal space.
Each year, I decide to revisit my plans for the year in a different format and decide whether I will feel that way this year. I sit down for a while and play with my cats, look through the windows the beautiful blue-red sky, or I take off my shoes and sit the garden downstairs and watch the fountains for a half hour.
The words that keep coming to my mind are abundant, and I want to feel abundance, but I am not sure that is the right word.
I’ve worked hard in the last year, I have worked hard in my business, and I will work hard on my relationships, but I also work hard on myself.
I’ve worked hard on my exercise my meditation and diet, and I’ve worked hard on visiting sites to learn and events to learn and expand what I’m learning.
I’ ve worked hard on what I want and I had a wonderful year, but so be it. I’m going to have to work hard for another couple of wonderful years because that’s how it should be, you’ve worked hard at what you want.
When Teacher asked me to give in a particularly challenging posture, I did not move. I was asked to be gentle, remember to breathe, and I did, but only for a few seconds, not for long.
If you find it difficult to adopt a posture in yoga, your body will struggle and make an effort, defend itself against the posture and defend itself, fight for it. How often do you find the answer to a question in your life through your yoga practice? Let go of the idea that there is a certain way, honor where you are, and let go.
Do not push, do not be pushed, and like the softening of water on a rock, your body will find its way to you and you to it.
To become rich, you have to become gentle, breathe and let go, but let go. Let go of the idea that you are going to have a good year, even if it is hard, because you just let go! It’s amazing to me when I think of all the women who can handle it, like my mother, or even my best friend’s mother.
If you are a mother, manage your children, keep them clean, entertained and you be entertained, maintain a house, a car, an office and a house full of toys, toys and toys. You book home deliveries, pick up groceries, buy groceries, cook meals, clean up after yourself and maintain your apartment.
In addition to all the tasks you take on, you also take on the idea of what it means to be a woman. You get ideas on how to talk, behave, and be successful, how to be loved, and how your body looks and behaves.
Many of these tasks, ideas, and beliefs are never questioned, and it is often these very things that hold you back. It takes a lot of courage, a lot of self-confidence, and the willingness to let go of all that.
The fact that you don’t lose weight, of course, is not because you didn’t know what to do, but because you didn’t know what to do. Frankly, it’s not rocket science: eat a balanced diet, eat less, exercise more, spend less. You know that if you save more and earn more, you need to invest more wisely to be better off financially.
But you have to stop behaving like this in the things you want to achieve, not only for yourself but also for your family, your friends, and your future.
Deep down, we all have faith that contradicts what we want, but deep down, we have no confidence in our own ability to contradict it.
The woman who keeps eating, who creates a physical barrier between herself and potential suitors because she is afraid of being hurt again. The woman sitting at her desk believes that hard work means “hard work” and that it is synonymous with success, tickets, promotion, etc. There is a woman who has overeaten and overeaten herself, who has erected physical barriers between her and a potential suitor because she is afraid of being hurt again. An actress who suddenly earns a lot of money is more likely to lose her friends, as she is no longer the starving artist in her group of friends.
There are many things that interfere with our best intentions and cause us to stumble on our way to what we really want. We keep repeating old, unhelpful patterns, and we have no control over the outcome of our actions or the results of the things we do. Instead of beginning the New Year by pushing a boulder on a mountain, we should make resolutions that we know we will not keep. Let go, because you have to let go in order to really get to your heart’s content.