When is the right time? Most of the time, the opportunities that are offered to us, the ones that really stretch us out of our comfort zone, don’t come at the right time. They come at the most inopportune, inconvenient, and least ideal moments.
AND that’s exactly when we need to lean into them.
It’s important, though, to understand yourself and truly be in alignment with your wants and needs. Why? Because opportunities for everything are everywhere, and if we just blindly go about accepting them all, we will be quickly overwhelmed and burnt out.
Once we move into that place of self-alignment, we can stop postponing our lives. How often do we put the things that call to us off because “there’s time for that later?”
LIFE IS NOW - we are not guaranteed a “later.” The only thing that exists is right now.
When we operate...
Here, you can begin to break down and tear apart the beliefs that you’ve created about yourself. At Yogi Flight School we refer to these beliefs as our stories.
Our mats are our mirrors. The way that we approach our yoga practice is often the way that we show up in our lives and in the world.
For example, when you are struggling to nail an arm balance, inversion, or even one of the more common yoga poses that you’ve been working on for what feels like an eternity or perhaps are simply unable to do that day, how do you respond?
When things don’t happen as you expected them to in life - when you don’t reach your goals in the...
I’ve been thinking about “purpose,” and what it means to do work in the world that’s aligned with your purpose. I hear that term a lot - it gets thrown around in the entrepreneurship and self-help worlds, but I’ve found it hard to grasp.
I know when I was stuck at my computer 8-10 hours a day in an office with no windows inside a warehouse earning my six figure salary selling things I didn’t care about to people I didn’t know, I sure as hell couldn’t wrap my head around the idea of work with purpose (insert vomit emoji).
I was on the merry-go-round and it felt completely purposeless. Get up, go to work, go to yoga (thank god for yoga), go home, do some more work/watch some brainless TV, go to bed, repeat. 10 freaking years. Some of us do it for 50 freaking years.
I’m so glad my feeling of stuck-ness got so bad that I couldn’t breathe any more, because I had no choice but to change it.
I’ve learned so much over...