Purification has led you back to connection and clarity. You have travelled from the darkness of the mud, ignited your passion and fuelled the flame of inspiration. It’s time for your fragile shoots of inspiration to transform themselves and bloom into the beautiful lotus flowers they were always meant to be.
While in this post I am talking to business owners, entrepreneurs and those with a plan to go into business, none of these thoughts or ideas are specific to these areas. Each of the concepts I mention can be applied to anyone!
You may have heard of the meridian channels of the body, in yoga we call these the nadis. When we practice pranayama in yoga class, we are tapping into these channels.
First up, let’s just state the obvious: It’s not easy. At all. And it’s also different for every mum out there.
These are some of my personal thoughts and lessons I’ve learnt so far as mum to my beautiful twins.
I read somewhere once upon a time that we don’t need more teachers, we need more role models. This is something I believe in wholeheartedly as I see a role model as someone who practices what they preach and is living in total alignment and congruency.
I believe that during this journey out of the darkness and into the light – out of delusion and into reality – we must work on purifying the three outer layers of our being, the three koshas or ‘sheaths’.
Think of tamas, the first guna or ‘quality’, as the mud, and ourselves as a seed planted there. That seed is pure potential. We are pure potential.
Building trust in yourself, your ideas and your vision is crucial.
So what do you do when you don’t trust yourself? When doubt sneaks in? When things feel heavy and disconnected?
For those of you who do not already know, I recently sold Essence of Living Southport to one of my best friends, Libby Wever. The Southport space will be transitioning into a yoga and pilates studio, Soul Centre, as of 1st December 2016.
Well it’s been a month since the arrival of my two little angels, Kobe Jimmy Cassidy and Grace Evie Cassidy. I cannot believe how fast the last month has gone, and yet the last month of my pregnancy was the longest 4 weeks of my life; the difference is astounding.