How you channel or leave the energy of your mind to the chaos of happenstance determines your experience in life. Thoughts are energy.
In her latest ebook, “Your Beginner’s Guide to Yoga and Meditation,” Author and Life Coach, A.J. Mahari, provides detailed information about the different styles of yoga, different yoga positions, how to maximize your workout space. Mahari also outlines the benefits that yoga and mediation will provide you when it comes to your health and wellness.
Because women possess an innate ability to perceive an expanded range of feelings, thoughts, and experiences, we are adept at consciously handling several things at once. That doesn’t mean you don’t get frazzled and frustrated. It does mean you can feel even better and more productive by attentively, purposely, and nonjudgmentally staying in the present moment.
What does it mean to have an embodied mind? Can this insight help you in your everyday life? Absolutely. But to understand how, you need to sit back for a moment and think about how your body and mind communicate. Your body is more than a meat vehicle for your mind to cruise around in. [...]
Grief is always layered. What creates sadness in this unfolding moment can be over-shadowed by the echoes of past grief. If you are overwhelmed by any given loss it will benefit you to think about what other losses this may be re-creating the experience of for you. Do you have unresolved issues of grief and/or loss from the past?
Are you reluctant to feel your grief? Do you refuse to feel the sadness of the grief associated with your losses? Are you aware of the anger and angst that unattended pain causes you? Do not choose to suffer.
Suffering is a choice. Refusing to honour our losses with the genuine expression of our sadness is a choice to suffer.