“When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.” ― Rumi
I wrote this class while trying to exploring the concept of mind over matter.
No one likes ab workouts. Like, not actually.
Everyone likes the AFTER of an ab workout, but not actually doing it.
So I've been playing in my classes with the idea of finding the joy in the struggle.
Because it's all a matter of perspective, is it not?
Not only that, but it's also a matter of taking control of your mind rather than letting your mind have control of you.
And finally, it's about flipping the script.
Learning how to change how you feel and to reestablish new feelings about a certain difficult thing.
In this case, it's core work. How can you smile, laugh, and find uplifting joy while you're holding a plank?
How, then, can you smile, laugh, and find uplifting joy while the second leg of your flight is cancelled and your luggage is still stuck at LAX?
There is a joy that lives within us, a happiness that embodies our natural state of being.
But we lose that happiness so often.
Let's train ourself to find it on the yoga mat shall we?
✨ Leave me a "I AM JOY" on YouTube so that I know you're a part of this community! Ps, use that as your affirmation this week and see what energy it shifts!