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@adellbridges When I began my life as a homeless nomad I had many nights that I would wake up almost breathless with fear. I was nearly paralysed with doubt and embarrassment in my decision to leave my comfortable little life behind .
But I knew deep down it would be fine and it’s because it wasn’t the first time in my life I’d taken a massive leap of faith into the unknown; relinquishing my control over my environment and opening myself to whatever my circumstances might bring .
Twice before I’d had “rock bottom” moments where I knew I could either carry on in my mildly comfortable but intensely unfulfilling life, or trust that a short term period of discomfort would be worth the long term benefits of changing my environment .
Therefore I believe like anything else, that leap into the unknown that seems to be the beginning of so many dreams coming true, is a skill. It’s something you can build the strength for. Start small with miniature leaps of faith or ventures towards your breaking point, like falling from a handstand or telling that person how you REALLY feel .
Life is a balancing act of letting go of expectations, and holding on to the inner peace and calm that nothing in the external world can touch . .
A piece of my practice this morning, full of falling. Because that’s life . .
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