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Weekly Intentions

“FIND STRENGTH, FIND BALANCE.”
“I AM ENOUGH.”
“I AM FULLY PRESENT.”
“I AM THANKFUL.”
“I AM PATIENT.” 🙂
“TO SAY GOODBYE TO MY HELLO.”
“GET BACK INTO YOGA.”
“I’M LETTING GO.”
“LETTING GO OF CYNICISM.”
“LETTING GO OF CONTROL OF LITTLE DETAILS.”
“STAY POSITIVE.”
“TO ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO BE COURAGEOUS.”

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Weekly Intentions

“TO CONNECT WITH AND LOVE MY BODY MORE.”
“LETTING GO OF SUFFERING AND ATTACHMENT!”
“CONFIDENCE.”
“LET THE REAL ME OUT EVERYDAY, AT EVERY MOMENT OF LIFE.”
“BE MORE RELAXED.”
“TRUST.”
“TO SAY GOODBYE TO MY HELLO.”
“BE PRESENT IN THE NOW.” 🙂
“TO RELEASE TENSION IN MY BODY & MIND FROM WORK/LIFE.”
“TO BE CONSISTENT WITH MY SELF CARE.”
“RESOLUTION WITH SATISFACTION AND PEACE.”
“OPEN UP TO THE LOVE & ABUNDANCE.”
“CLEANSE.”
“TO BE MORE FLEXIBLE NOT ONLY IN BODY BUT ALSO IN MIND & RELATIONSHIPS.”
“BALANCE: WORK / LIFE / ADVENTURE”
“FOCUS ON MAINTAINING POSITIVE THOUGHTS & FEELINGS.”

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Weekly Intentions

This week’s intentions from my yogi edgies:
“BRING OTHERS INTO BALANCE WITH THEIR MIND, BODY AND SOUL.”
“BE WITH MY BODY ONLY… NOT WITH MY HEAD.”
“I’M HERE TO DO SOMETHING POSITIVE FOR MY BODY TODAY.”
“LET GO OF YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW.”
“SELF AWARENESS.”
“FIND AN EASE OF MOTION, A MENTAL CALMNESS, AND A CONFIDENCE OF PHYSICAL MOVEMENT.”

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Weekly Intentions

This week, I added a new feature to the group classes I teach and am so excited to share them with you! At the beginning of class, we start by setting our intention inspired by the weekly focus. To be more intentional with our practice and to make it more real, we are now hand […]

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What’s Your Number? Enneagram Personality Test

After 2 years of personal development practices shared with me from the leaders of my side hustle business, I went from thinking I was a 4W5 to now seeing my true nature as a 1 with a strong 2 wing! 😮 Whoa! Mic drop! 🎙 Maybe this is why I’ve felt so lost and unsure of how to tap into my greatness bc I didn’t fully understand myself! Chances are, I still have a lot to learn, but thankfully I feel equipped with the support system to guide me along the way.

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Learning Cycles and Styles – KLSI 5.0

Considering I take about 20x more time to write a social media post compared to my friends and tend to over think everything due to my weak gallbladder chi, I feel it’s agreeable that I learn by thinking, analyzing, then reflecting.

According to the KLSI 5.0 quick quiz linked below, I’m a “theorist”.

Theorists like to think through problems in a logical manner.
They value rationality and objectivity, and like to assimilate disparate facts into coherent theories.
They are disciplined, aiming to fit things into a rational order.
They are often keen on basic assumptions, principles, theories, models and systems thinking.

What are you? Take the Quiz on http://www.emtrain.eu/learning-styles/

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Accepting Help from Others – Me vs. We

Journey Journal Short reflections on lessons from my life experience.   “When ‘I’ is replaced with ‘We’, even ‘Illness’ becomes ‘Wellness’.” – Malcolm X   This is one of the biggest life lessons I’ve learned about love and also about life. When I hit rock bottom a few years ago and felt like I absolutely […]

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Securely Detaching – Attachment Styles

Journey Journal Short reflections on lessons from my life experience. Learn something? Share with a friend below! 👇   Ever since discovering my anxious attatchment style, I try to be aware of how it affects others and myself. I do my best to emulate the secure people in my life when I feel my anxiety […]

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