All in resilience training MM®
The power to trust in your process develops with a commitment to finding a path into what you want, into your passion. The power in trusting those we live our lives with comes from knowing our own inner strength and being transparent with our choices.
No one is equipped to just move on from suicide; it is like the ultimate psychological blow. It knocks you down, and while you are falling it looks you in the eye and says, “how dare you assume beauty is enough to carry on?”
Essentially, when we love we become open to the most illusive aspect of our humanness. We awkwardly attempt to comprehend the reality that before us, within the field of our consciousness, exists another creature, a soul.
And yet the meaning of a thing is not its name.
Knowing is inherently intuitive and flows from our inner symbolism. Therefore to grasp something we must literally fall into it or "dance with it in the moment." So the idea here, as Heidegger, reminds us is to locate the Being of a thing...capital B = essence.
In theory there is nothing wrong with the McYoga model until the “instructor”, with two weekends of training, gets confused about the difference between a push-up and “chaturanga dan lasagna" and you end up with a torn rotator in your shoulder.
Stop punishing yourself for “bad” behavior - say no to negative self-talk. If you get off track don’t waste time wallowing in your mistakes.
Aesthetics and beauty do play a role in our lives, so picking brands and products that feel sensual and well designed can impact the quality of our lives.
Regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, creed, social status or education, life is fraught with levels of distress that are often bigger than our ability to countenance them alone.
Having taught yoga for half of my life, I can tell you that in its current form, yoga is fun and can have many positive benefits (like community) but it is not enough on its own