If you want to create a lasting change in your habits, you must start with answering these 2 questions.
The ending of Daylight Savings Time often brings fatigue, but it may be more a function of our belief in clocks than the time change.
We are entering new ways of living and working, and a time for new systems and structures. It’s time to let go of what no longer works for you.
The catalyst that helped me break through my stuck point and say yes to myself first.
While often uncomfortable and disruptive, these storms and shake-ups are catalysts that help us let go of whatever no longer serves us.
If you find yourself constantly in motion — running around, always busy, always thinking and doing — I encourage you to try a Yin practice.
Each move is an uprooting, a scattering of energy. Grounding must come from within.