Practice love until you remember you are love
A wise sentence which is not from me – Swami Sai Premananda said it once and it contains pure truth!
I want to practice Yoga, I desperately want to, but so often I am barely able to finish what I need to do on a normal day so that this aim falls behind, again and again.
BUT, and this should be a reminder to all of us, I practice love a thousand times per day – I try to be the best version I can be day in and day out. I fail along the way, and I learn, and I start all over again and do what I suppose is the right thing to do.
Every human being can relate to this I guess, because that’s life!
I have many examples where I try and fail and try and love as the mom of a terrible two toddler who is the most awesome mirror you can ever imagine.
I have many examples as a wife as well.
But the most important is that we all, regardless of what we are else, we all have to practice love as a person. You interact with people, be it the waitress, the fuel station guy, the postman, the whoever. Be kind and watch yourself how you interact in life.
My Yoga is kind of messy hair, half-dressed, morning asanas, far away from rolling out the mat, lighting up incense sticks, having some chilly music in the background, and what should I do now?
Cry about it won’t make it better. I love it, I embrace the fact that I can have these messy hair asanas once in a while, I embrace the fact that the main reason that is stopping me (be it my son, my work, whatever) will pay out for the misses yoga time because I handle my life with love.
No regrets, this is very hard to learn on many days but in the end we need all of this to grow and to learn.
When you start to love yourself and to practice love you will see a major shift, just for yourself and after a while from the outside.
What’s more important than love and be loved? Nothing!
Who can relate to messy hair yoga and the try to be a better person day by day?
Show me your asanas 😉
My favorite these days is the child’s pose – pampering myself and get grounded on wooden floor. You are your Yoga! That’s the most important.
Take care and Namaste my dear followers.
And before you leave, one small wisdom from my side: