Do you find yourself feeling extremely motivated around the holidays to write down a list of everything you want to accomplish for the upcoming year? Most people do.
This is because most of the time, your list of New Year’s resolutions is just a page full of mental blurbs. Many of the goals and resolutions stay on the list and remain unfulfilled.
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There are a lot of people traveling solo. People just like you. People looking for an adventure. People who crave interactions with others. All you have to do is place yourself in a social environment and the rest will unfold itself.
Most of the people you’ll meet on the road are also alone. It’s amazing how much easier it is to connect with people when you’re all on a similar path.
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“If we don’t change we don’t grow. If we don’t grow, we aren’t really living. Growth demands temporary surrender of security.” Gail Sheehy
Do you ever think to yourself, “That person must never feel uncomfortable?” Truth is, everyone gets uncomfortable – but the difference is that some people are comfortable with being uncomfortable. They don’t fear it, they look at it as a way of learning and being open to possibilities.
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Do you ever feel like there’s something missing in your life? Perhaps you’re functioning in all of the areas that you need to be functioning in… but you’re not happy, and you don’t know what to do to change it?
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If you want to be fulfilled, happy, content, and experience inner peace and ultimate fulfillment, it’s critical that you learn how to find your passion and life purpose. Without a life purpose as the compass to guide you, your goals and action plans may not ultimately fulfill you.
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Yoga is like travel; it’s a continuous journey with no finish line. Many people in Western Civilization have the notion that they must race to get to “the top”, chasing the life that society expects of us.
This may hold different meanings to each individual, but is mostly in regards to careers, financial goals, relationship goals, physical goals, etc.
This is not to say that you shouldn’t set goals for yourself, but there’s a fine line between goal-setting, and only being able to live in the future, constantly looking ahead at what can be better.
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In the modern world that we live in today, there are many different types of yoga catering to all ages. In many studios, the practice has strayed far off the path of meditation and breath-work, and has instead solely become a form of exercise. This is very different from the ancient practice that began in India.
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