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The thing with Yoga and Ayurveda. Probably the most un-post like blog post ever…
but then I do tend to display attributes of the unconventional and non-conforming!
The thing with Yoga and Ayurveda is that Blogging about it has proved to be difficult for me, I love writing and I really love Yoga and Ayurveda. Over the years of practicing both, I have become most passionate about the subtle factors and gentle teachings from Yoga and Ayurveda. These unique practices seem to be less used and for many undiscovered. And for me, it feels like everyone should know about these. Everyone should try a good dose of them, even for a short period, and see which ones can bring delight and Joyful living.
The thing with Yoga and Ayurveda is that the older I get the more I find these unique practices have created a refuge for my mind and a safe harbour for my heart.
I love my work, I love sharing my knowledge, and like I already said, I love writing. So it stands to reason that it should all just flow and be wonderfully natural and succinct. I should be living the dream!?
But no such karma for me dear readers. It tends to be a struggle to press that button “PUBLISH”. I have noticed my process…it’s not about not wanting to do the blog.
(This next bit is a little unfiltered glimpse of my mind conversations….which I must add, I have quite regularly, and this is normal for all of us. To converse with ourselves. Often my conversations lean toward the pro’s and con’s of any given situation. And from what I can understand, I often veto myself! 😂🤣)
And some of us (ahem! me, is who I mean!) have outright arguments with the She or He inside our brain. She/ I suddenly become aware that I am so far from awareness of where I am and what I was doing. My face is uncomfortably contorting into all forms of frowns and grimaces. I was having a strong DMC (deep and meaningful conversation🤷♀️) that was more like LOA, loud and outright annoying to anyone nearby.
So back to the PUBLISH button. The thing with Yoga and Ayurveda is I do feel it is more about “There is so much to say about my views and experiences. Most bloggers seem to have some sort of great blogger format.” They do! Cause I looked, read and absorbed and was awed at how wonderful they write, how pretty and ultra techy their website/blogs are and they are all amazing and so interesting.
(Yoga note: this conversation creates duality, a simple human feature, when we forget that we are all United in this life. It is based on a feeling of separation and a judgement of one being better than other. At this point I try to remind myself that I too have many of the similar wonderful-nesses, and that we are all One.)
Seriously, any blog, most subjects has about 5 variables to off-shoot onto. With Yoga and Ayurveda its about treble that, because the intricacies and tangents are as vast as…like the ocean(Splash!). So I desist and display outright inertia (tamas, a heavy energy of dullness and a sense of stuck), complete complacency and inefficiency.
So some of my friends are like…getting a little concerned, ” How is your book going?” “Did you do the video for Insta yet?” It is wonderful to have such great friends, who love and support my work and passion. They have been unfettered help and love, it keeps me going even when I get set back in doubt and disbelief.
I can see that I am slow and methodical. My natal constitution has a good old dose of kapha which tends to make me a worker bee and tenacious and attached, and mixed with my imbalance of Pitta, the project has to be perfect before I let it fly.
BUT I KNOW, RIGHT! We all know there is no perfect. Perfect is on the same scale as incomplete. And sure aren’t we all a great smoothie blend of both of those and countless other unique and weird attributes as human beings? I am perfect just as I am, but why do I focus more on needing to be complete before I get to do anything? Or when I feel incomplete today, I know that if I was complete I would still not feel perfect.
So that is why I dedicated this post to my wonderful passion, the thing with Yoga and Ayurveda is that it is about being human. Trying to care for yourself in a form that works for you, that will bring you to enjoy life with great ease and understand deeply that the fountain of youth is within, because we are never without.
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Go gently, Kelly
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