“I forgive myself for ____________
I acknowledge my feelings and actions, that I am human and sometimes makes mistakes.
I release all guilt and surrender myself to divine love.
I call my energy to be directed toward the cause of compassion for myself and anyone else who feels similar to how I feel in this moment.”
Being the Best Gets you Nowhere. Being the best you, well that’s a different story.
Lebron James’ recent loss to the Golden State Warriors after his proclamation of being the best player in the world showed us several things. 1. Being the best at what you do doesn’t always equal the win. 2. There is deep wisdom in knowing your strengths, developing them, and surrounding yourself with those who fill in the blanks where you are weak (as Golden State did and captured the trophy). 3. Also, we can all be humble amidst greatness.
One thing I don't often allow myself is time. Time to process, time to allow a new insight, life lesson or discipline to do it's work.
But this time is crucial. When I jump from one thing to the next the new insight doesn't have a chance to circulate. The light has shone through and the consciousness needs time to accept and implement
I just returned from a trip to the beach where I received deep healing through dance, yoga, and song.
When returning from a trip some processing time is necessary before you jump back into your daily routine; and one of the best ways to process is through a daily meditation practice using the breath.
The next prep step for our summer meditations is intention setting!
In the beginning of each yoga class, we are often asked to set an intention. I wondered about the true meaning of intention for a long time. Is it something that I want to happen? Is it something I am using my will to make happen? How do I set it and what do I choose?
I’ve noticed over time that the concept of intention is the first step in setting my focus and awareness. My focus goes where I set my intentions. And in that way, intentions are manifested into reality. It’s not a super cosmic thing, though when it happens it can feel that way. It’s a very practical thing.
Hi! I'm Robin - Teacher, Singer, & Author. I love creativity & sharing what I love!