Words of Wisdom:
“It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped”
~ Tony Robbins Click to tweet
Thoughts for June:
I have been in a bit of a freak out/panic mode, since entering my 3rd and final trimester of pregnancy.
I am of course very excited, but with the days and weeks seemingly flying by, I am also filled with a sense of worry and nervousness at how I am going to manage it all, when our new addition arrives.
Thoughts and questions of, “Am I in over my head?”, “Will my other two little ones still feel my love and know I’m there for them?”, “How will I juggle being a mom of 3 and a business owner?,” all seem to be filling my mind these days.
We live in a world of profound technology and progress. A world that is subsequently increasingly detached from its center and roots. A world of growing complexity and an unending march toward the future.
It’s not surprising then that we often live in a state of anxiety, anticipation, and a fear of what’s to come.
All of this makes it challenging to live life in the present…happily, mindfully, and rooted. Weekly rituals of stress and exhaustion set in, leaving us feeling unbalanced and like something has to change.
We want to change, simplify, and find that balance. The good news is, we can! It is never too late to find your roots and grow from the start all over again.
Worries, fears, and questions of the future (such as the ones above that I find myself plagued with these days) are common and natural, as we walk through life’s journey. But, as I keep reminding myself in the midst of these thoughts, it serves us none to dwell in the space of worry, fear, and questions of the future.
Acknowledge your worries, fears, and questions of the future. Embrace them. But, then let them go. Click to tweet
Acknowledge your worries, fears, and questions of the future. Embrace them. But, then let them go and come back to your center and roots again, so you can be present and keep growing in balance, peace, and harmony.
Love & light,
About the Image:
Marina Mukandala, is featured in low plank pose/four-limbed staff pose (Chaturanga Dandasana). The benefits of low plank pose are as follows:
- Strengthens arms shoulder, and leg muscles
- Develops core stability
- Prepares body for inversions and arm balances