i posted something the other day about my recovery journey and i had some expressed interest in my story-would y’all be interested in learning about how i’ve battled addiction personally or would you rather i stay objective?
i’ve tried in recent years to share the tools that yoga, devotion, and spiritual awareness have given me without putting my own personal experiences in the mix. it’s difficult but something i think is somewhat necessary so that i can connect with the masses. i’ve always felt like this is a huge part of my work / holding space for individuals to RECOVER their higher selves (because that is ultimately what recovery is). what do y’all think? would you like more content on this? if you don’t feel comfortable commenting plz DM me. .
~~~~~ ALSO i posted this vid up in my stories today and i’m soooOOooo excited bc i signed up for the @y12sr training (yoga for twelve step recovery) that i have been wanting to take since i started teaching almost four years ago. i’ve always told myself i wasn’t prepared or financially ready (blah blah blah-the typical narrative) but i finally was like F IT. i need to do this.
SO here is my reminder to you today that if there is something you feel you need to do. do it. listen to your intuition rather than your instinct and move into every experience with an open heart. bc that is rly all we can ever do.
jai maaaaa 💓
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