Even though I’m aware of this, I’m not still often enough. Which in turn means I’m missing opportunities to let my true self shine.
I’ll say it again “I Am Most Myself When I Am Still.” Its actually a quote from Eckhart Tolle, Oprah calls him the rock star of spiritual enlightenment and it’s so true in my opinion. By the way, if you haven’t read A New Earth please do it’s transformative.
The thing is, it’s hard for me to stay still, my mind is always going, even when I have a massage I can’t just relax. Especially now when I’m feeling pressure to do something. I’m going to events, running around to meetings. Plus everyone’s asking “So what’s next?…” “What are you doing now?..” “Can’t wait to see what’s next!” Yes I have a plan but I want to take my time in executing that plan and I want to make sure that I take care of myself. I am 100% in transition as I know many of your are. I also want this to be a time of reflection and introspection. I plan to make more time for stillness which I hope will give way to more authenticity.
I’m grateful for Buddha Brands Co for helping me kick start that journey. I took part in their hydration boot camp last week, as they launched their new Thirsty Buddha with Watermelon. It’s Gluten free, no sugar added, all natural coconut water aaaaannnd they’re a Canadian company (you may have seen them on Dragon’s Den .) Good feelings all around. In case you can’t spot me below I’m the one in the bright orange (I didn’t get the black or white memo I guess) Had a wonderful workout session, a yummy meal and a really thought provoking chat with some like-minded individuals. Hoping for more opportunities like this.
So…my fellow peeps in transition, do you struggle with wellness like I do and do you have any advice? Please share in the comment section below.
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