We talked in our previous blog about the differences in merely surviving life, or thriving in it. I can talk about this perspective from personal experience, as I too was somebody who was merely surviving. I was somebody who used to hide; I felt that by hiding myself, I was safe. But as you probably know, keeping yourself hidden can lead to disconnection and eventually depression, which is far more painful than ‘being seen’. And so I decided to take the leap. I came to the edge and I jumped off. And do you know what? Something wonderful happened. I’m now truly, beautifully alive. I’m soaring; and I want you to soar too.
How to take the leap
To become someone who feels genuine excitement over what life has in store for them, it’s really important to look after your mind and body. This might sound obvious, but for many of us, it’s hard to know where or how to begin. Your mind and body need nourishment in order to feel strong enough to connect with people and a great place to start is with Kundalini Yoga.
Why Kundalini Yoga?
Your nervous system holds many memories of tension, stress and pain. This can build up over time and can make dealing with any sort of awkward or difficult situation unbearable. But the good news is, this can be reversed and you can participate in life again!
Kundalini Yoga helps to strengthen the nervous system. It also balances the glands in your body. Your glands helps to balance moods, so in clearing them out you’re ridding yourself of old subconscious negative thought patterns; you’ll then have the space and freedom to make life-enhancing decisions and forge connections with people around you.
Just three minutes of Kundalini Yoga a day can lead to:
- Increased energy
- Alleviate Tension
- Reduce Stress
- Feel Calmer
- Build Inner Strength and Resilience