In the end only three things really matter:
How much you loved, how happy you lived and how gracefully you were able to let go of the tings not meant for you.
I don’t remember who said this or if I am quoting this right, but this is Truth for me.
Yoga for me means mainly connecting. With myself, with the Universe, with nature, with people.
Meditation = establishing connection.
Please always remember to remain true to yourself and to listen to your inner guidance system.
The core aspect of our experience here on Earth is not physical. It is emotional.
Following your heart means following the intention of your soul.
It is important that you learn to listen to what you really feel. Our feelings come from deep within us and can show us our right path.
Feeling is not only about emotion, but also sensation and perception. Even though emotion does not exist beyond the physical body, a feeling does exist beyond the physical body.
An emotion is a physiological experience of a feeling. A feeling is a form of awareness, a perception, based on a sensation.
If you pay attention to your emotions you can get to the feeling behind it and try to realise what it is there for, what it wants to show you.
The Universe always confronts us with the experiences we need to be able to find our soul’s intention and, thus, happiness.
Everyone just wants to be happy. Following your heart is a good way to get there.
Trust in the process, become aware that ‚bad‘ feelings can’t kill you.
That way you will be able to enjoy the inner peace that arises from the trust in yourself that you are willing, able and capable to experience and feel anything.
Don’t resist your feelings.
Happy international yoga day, everyone!
You do not have to prove anything to anyone. It is wonderful to be alive, to be who you are, and to grow. Ultimately, that’s all that matters.
Playing around was so much fun on Sunday. I am so happy that I actually am able to play around like this.
Thank you, dear body, that you are letting me do this, even though I mistreated you for so many years.
Your body is a wonderful thing. It always strives for health, always strives to serve you, always wants to learn and always wants you to feel good.
I am so very grateful that Yoga taught me to treat mine better.
Our bodies are geniuses in how they are able to heal and optimize.
In my late teens I was weak and sick and did pretty much everything to deconstruct my system.
I am an experience seeker, still am. But when I was young I searched in a way that did me harm.
When I was twenty I had almost managed to kill myself and spent three weeks in in tensive care, my body now lacking 1,5 organs.
It was not until my mid thirties that I stopped behaving self-destructively.
Today I am so so grateful for the condition my body is in and for the experiences I am allowed to have. I learned, am still learning, to trust that my body knows best what she needs.
And it is not even that difficult to listen to your body. You just have to become still from time to time.
Life is just such a beautiful thing. 🤗