Begin a new week full of happiness.
It doesn’t matter how hard life may turn, always turn your face towards the Sun☀️ and the shadows will fall behind you. I imagine what you might be thinking… yeah, yeah…nothing is easy in life. My deceased grandmother used to teach me «What easy comes…easy goes» She could not be preciser.
I have been sharing information regards, our physical and mental power on this blog, the team work they are constantly doing together. How interdependent they are.
Well, could not be more simple…
Work your thoughts, cancel the negative and welcome what serves you better. Clean out the clutter around you. I remember once a friend visiting and incredibly (I consider myself a cleaning oriented person) woke me up, with an important observation, “Lady you have too many clutter surrounding you” I was in shock.
Actually, it made me realize that I was undergoing a though moment in my life (a divorce) thank you, and I was the only one that had the power to clean out the clutter in my house. I started to throw away old things that were emotionally sticking me to a very sad moment. I needed to find my inner light back, I needed to forgive, let go and start moving on.
That I have a son (who is my Sun, since he was born) and a family that disregard any possible childhood baggage, (like probably had many around) life is not perfect and we are meant to fall sometimes, stand up and keep moving up, just like we did when we were babies undergoing transition from crawling to learn and master how to walk.
When I teach balance postures in Yoga and start seeing some struggle in the students faces, that’s what I remind them… I tell them keep your gaze and if you lose your balance and get to fall out of the pose, don’t forget that you are human, catch your breath, stand up and re-engage with the Warrior of Life and Light there is within.
I do not like to broadcast my personal life, however sometimes we should be humble enough to share how imperfect we are and that rehabilitation exists for everyone. I was (during my years in college) encouraged by Criminal Justice’s great teachers, that no matter how rock bottom anyone could get, rehabilitation exists and opportunities.
We could feel like a lotus flower stuck on a pond, but it is our choice to get our head out of the muddy water survive and use that as a lesson to bloom and share our light.
Have a Happy Sunday, full of Love and Light!
“The light within me honors, the divine light within you”
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; RYT-200 hrs; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda.
Courtesy of Semperlee Yoga Corp.