One day this will be me. My mornings will be spent in Reiki and yoga practice by the water. For now, I am getting there. In that process, I realize that I must focus on acceptance. First, I am a work in progress. I look at how others are living their lives, and it seems so perfect. Facebook and Instagram postings help the world know how amazing people’s lives are. As I sit in my mother’s house, where I am visiting and taking some time to focus on studying for my yoga teacher certification, I realize that my life is perfect, now.
First off, I am awesome! I get to see this in the reflections of those I see, follow, love, spend time with, observe from afar, and admire.
Second, I am living out the highest vision for my life! I got to go on tour this summer, spent time in Mexico right before the fall, was able to lead workshops and practitioner trainings, and have started yoga teacher certification process!
When I held visioning at the Spiritual Empowerment Center in November, this came out:
Spirit’s vision is that I teach and practice yoga on the beach. I do many inversions and can hold asanas for extended periods of time. I am practicing radical healing. People travel to see me and I am well-compensated for the time I spend with them.
Reverend Michele and I promote World Day of service successfully! We plan and support the creation of 2000 or more of the quilts needed for the Monument Quilt national display.
I travel freely and use yoga and Reiki teaching to change lives.
I am a yogini. I become this daily through the evolution of my consciousness to manifest my life.
So, that’s my meditation for today. I am grateful that I was able to spend time becoming the change I want to see. As I continue on this ineffable journey to master teacher and healer, I get to share my successes with all of you as you have done with me. I get to practice my asanas, follow my hands, lead with a vision, write, perform, and be fabulous all at the same time. For this I am grateful.
Make sure you reflect on your awesome today. You deserve it.