All will be well

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Rooted. 🧘🏻‍♀️

I’ve never been so grateful for yoga & meditation. They’ve always been a haven for me, a place to ground myself in the midst of chaos, and reclaim my own energy when it’s been overly-impacted by my environment. 👀

It’s not just for me, though. I teach these practices because I strongly believe we all need them. In fact, I left some short recorded meditations for you right here, and in the menu bar at the top of this page:

https://themindfulmba.com/guided-meditations/

I’ll continue updating with fresh content, so don’t be a stranger. ;)

Check them out, reclaim your energy, and remember that nothing, absolutely nothing, lasts forever. 🙏

“All will be well, and all will be well, and all manner of things will be well.” ~ Julian of Norwich 📖

 


“No-Fail” Friday: Which way do we go?

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This week, we dove back in to the topic of decision-making, which is a popular one around here, and for good reason. Seems like there is always one on the horizon, big or small — or both.

This weekend, your “no-fail” mindfulness challenge comes in stages, with some tips for visualizing different scenarios, and using mindfulness to get a sense of which might be right for you. Take a listen below!

Sometimes, making the right decision takes time, so you may not solve it all in a weekend. You will walk away with skills to help you find your way to what’s right for you. As we’ve said before, your path is your path, and no one else can give you full instructions on how to walk it. Often, the choice itself is part of the lesson, so if it’s easy, it’s probably not yours. ;-)

Photo credit: Eddy Lackmann 


“No-Fail” Friday: IRL

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This week’s earlier post was about a lot of things. Essentially, it distilled down to the discomfort of transitions. Waiting when you’re ready right now. Uncertainty when you want answers pronto. Hearing “no” about what you thought was next when you were so sure the correct answer was “yes.” The common theme among all of these awkward moments is discomfort. The common solution: acceptance.

Now, remember from Wednesday that acceptance in this context isn’t ambivalence. Read More