It is hard to make decisions. When I was younger,
I remember we would often say, that we will meet
with people that we were friendly with but we
didn't really meet them(except for when you did, on
the street, or at an event) then you would chat a for
a bit, and set a date...and boom cancel. Also I remember friends feeling anxious, and stressed about
canceling, because that person would think poorly
of them. So we learned to say NO.
What a game changer, saying no, so you don't have
to cancel. Well all of a sudden you have a whole
lotta space to maneuver with. So perhaps these are
When we are raised in “cancel culture' though, it
trickles down into very fundamental parts of society
and the status quo. We can become automatically
exclusive without at all caring about how our lifestyle, and way of life affects others...we just cancel,
don't look at it and move on. I am really truly sad
about this state of affairs.
We have made everything disposable.
How do we cultivate a sense of
commitment? How do we work on
boundaries, and yet value the fruits of the practice by remaining
Most people will tell you to start small. Take little
baby steps, start where you are, no matter what start,
and then adjust.
I am finding that staying committed to the November
hot room challenge is a breeze in terms of my loyalty
to showing up, and doing the work, but yeah, schedule wise it has been very intense. I literally need
a class at ten in the morning. Do you? Is that a good
time for you?
Can't be bothered? Don't want to
drag yourself out of the house
it's dark anyways... you want to
cancel your reservation??? HA! I
And YOGA GARDEN ONLINE has got you! Stay at
home, and practice with us. Don't bother getting outta your lounge wear.
Our very new Yoga Garden ONLINE is here! This is
setting the score! Stay committed to your practise. Show up daily on your mat to BREATHE to build
strength, show up however you want but do something really awesome for your body. Even just twenty
minutes a day. This daily engagement, creates confidence, and progression, and you will be so grateful
that you invested in yourself.