Here is where the ego ends.
Where the self becomes more then just myself.
Here is where my heart becomes open.
Where all of my pains and all of my joys intertwine and create a one true feeling of mindfulness.
I love where I’m heading.
Day 30 - Parsvottanasana for #mayibeginyoga2015 bowing to the sun upon the highest point I can find @beachyogagirl @kinoyoga #yoga #asana #yogi #fitness #fit #strong #flexible #yogamen #yogadude #stretch #spain #sunny #outdooryoga
You have so much to give if you let yourself fully believe how worthy and deserving you truly are. Believe you can endure, because you can. You are a brave warrior, a courageous heart, a resilient soul. You are the infinite reach of the cosmos.
“She was fierce, she was strong she wasn’t simple. she was crazy and sometimes she barely slept. she always had something to say. she had flaws and that was ok. and when she was down, she got right back up. she was a beast in her own way, but one idea described her best. she was unstoppable and she took anything she wanted with a smile.” -R.M Drake
Everyone is on a different path of living.
So many have developed so many different ways of loving and learning.
You are your own special soul. Developing and leaning within the individual habitats of our minds. We are all connected but all as individual beings. So different yet so the same.
“Before beginning this journey inward, we must clarify its nature. There is a frequent misunderstanding of the journey inward or the spiritual path, which suggests to most people a rejection of the natural world, the mundane, the practical, the pleasurable. On the contrary, to a yogi (or indeed a Taoist master or Zen monk) the path toward spirit lies entirely in the domain of nature. It is the exploration of nature from the world of appearances, or surface, into the subtlest heart of living matter. Spirituality is not some external goal that one must seek be a part of the divine core of each of us, which we must reveal. For the yogi, spirit is not separate from the body. Spirituality, as I have tried to make clear, is not ethereal and outside nature but accessible and palpable in our very own bodies.” – B.K.S. Iyengar, Light on Life