I walked over 30km in a day and I took you in. Gearing up for more travel always has me reflecting on previous adventures. This day, a friend and I walked from our accommodation in the Rue du Pot De Fer (memory!) to Notre Dame, then to Père Lechaise, then Sacre Couer, past the Moulin Rouge (underwhelming) and through the Louvre gardens and home along the banks of the Seine.
We ate moules-frites, I tried escargot for the first time (and loved it). I crave the expansion I feel when I visit new places. Looking forward to making new travel memories.
If anyone wants to yoga session in the below locations, hit me up!
What does this mean? Let’s break it down. How many times have you told yourself ‘I could do that if...’ or ‘I will be happy once I...’ etc?
How many times have you achieved your goals, but still felt a barrier between yourself and contentedness?
The most beautiful lesson yoga has ever bestowed upon me, is to accept myself where I am, wherever that may be. That means not comparing myself to others and not seeing life as something that will be complete once I meet some arbitrary goal. Happiness does not come once you’ve reached a certain benchmark you’ve set. Your quality of life is very much determined by your ability to sit with your imperfect life with complete acceptance. Particularly pertinent to those of us in the West, with food in our fridges, roofs over our heads and relative bodily autonomy. Liberate yourself from having to become anything other than what you are.
I start every morning with a minimum of 60 minutes of #meditation. I like to use binaural beats of various frequencies. - - I generally called it ‘breathing exercises’ to steer clear of the social stigmas behind #meditation. 😉