I started this process, moaning and groaning before I began my #40daysofyoga . But with enough convincing from @megankelly, I finally commited. I knew that there was a good chance that I wouldn’t follow through with it. But I did it…and I must say that it was genuinely worth every step of the journey. I’ve come to learn so much about myself and realize just how far I truly am able to push myself, both on and off of my mat.
I live at home with my parents and for the first time in 3 years I actually began both preparing and cooking for myself again, because of the process.
Admittedly there were some rough patches along the way. About 3 weeks into the work I became really sick and physically exhausted. I was in bed, sick and dizzy for days. Not only that, but there were also many emotional obstacles in facing some of my own inner-self discoveries, too. But it was a great extension to help improve upon my own mindful thought process– which is actually what happened to keep me mentally stable throughout my hospital stay around my arm’s amputation.
There will be no more moaning and groaning from me. Meg and I both stuck it out and made it through. Now I am 100% addicted. I love now bringing presence and vitality (among many other drishti’s) into my practice and I strive to continue to do so.
So thank you @growyoga for giving me the tools I needed in order to help perfect upon my practice.
Thank you Meg for being my beautifully-souled and fully mindful support along the way. I love you, girly!!!