When something or someone comes along that stops us in our tracks, maybe that’s where we were supposed to be all along! This is forced stagnation.
After working the beginning of the week while in DE I’ve been reflecting on what it is that I want my life to be like. During this time I’ve helped a dear friend with her mother’s funeral, and in general, just tried to be as helpful as possible.
Mother Nature is telling me, however, to slow down. A canceled week-long class, 3-4″ of snow and a lower back that’s screaming at me has me sitting, relaxing, and reflecting on what it is that I want in my life.
I know a daily meditation practice will enable me to return to my active self, but I must remember why I’ve been put in this place to begin with. You see, THIS is what I’m writing this post about…
When we’re under attack, so-to-speak, we vow to make the changes we know are necessary but were too busy or too stubborn to change. The important thing is to continue doing what your body or spirit is encouraging you to do in the first place – for the long haul.