Do you want to change next year?

 

40 day yoga challenge written down, simple but powerful visual.

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All those New Years résolution are being created with the utmost desire to change.

 

Many resolutions are physical, losing weight, joining a gym, etc. Most of those gym memberships lose their desire in January.

 

Remember the mind resists change, pugnatiously protects its own habits from harm. Some of the things we want to change, served us well in childhood or coping as an adult, but are a big hindrance these days.

 

Want to change a habit?

 

Research, make a plan, then write it down. Get a white board and list your daily activities. We need to see the actions needed for change.

 

Simple, Immédiate, Concrète and Répétitive actions work far better.

 


Create the daily action practices and hold yourself accountable.

 


Maybe you need to have a talk with yourself about desire and bullshit.

 

Leave the words alone, forget judging and just do the work.

 


If doubt creeps in, increase your actions. Fight fire with fire, doubt has no place in our journey.

 

We have to have courage and authentically want change.

 

Good luck. On my bad days, I worked harder.
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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by aleiseadele on December 28, 2019 at 9:04 am

    “Good luck. On my bad days, I worked harder.” Love this so much! Wishing you happy holidays and a wonderful new year.

  2. Thank you

    Being a former pro
    Athlete, adversity is a constant.
    Wins, losses, triumph and defeat are part of the journey

    Intimidation is the second rule

    Combine that with a meditation practice and on bad days you work harder

    It
    Comes natural and we train to give all our effort and then some

    Adapted to
    Ptsd and this is the mindset

    Accept
    The challenge and compete

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