Good Morning! <3
It’s a new week, and I started with my daily practice. Intentions. Skin care. A great walk to work. Feeling good. Sometimes I can’t get to all of the things, but it’s ok! The little things I can do, make me happy. It’s an opportunity.
Questions to ask yourself this morning:
How would I use my body if I was filled with passion or enthusiasm?
What would I say to myself?
How would I focus on things?
What would I think about?
What kinds of decisions would I make?
What kinds of actions would I take?
How does this affect or change my physiology?
What are you doing this morning? Are you feeling organized and ready? Passionate about what your doing? Light? Creative?
So, Some Personal News!
I’m embarking on a 10 day meditation course, with the famous Brain Trainer. Excited. Supported. Giving myself some L O V E.
Additionally, it’s experience! Why not!? Only 12 minutes a day, and maybe it will impact my day at work? Ever thought of it that way?
Yesterday’s post was great because it was a reminder that when you’re frequency is in a good place, you attract and manifest a different world. Your reactions are improved.
You care about your work and yourself differently.
Everything just Flows.
If you want to know more about the practice I am doing click the link below. If you want to know my experience with this course, I am going to write here daily how I feel and the thoughts that came after the meditation. What I noticed, and so forth.
Secondly, I am spending some time this week making more Ayurvedic meals, because I have been feeling some extreme VATA these few days.. Active, but really dry and cracking all over… No bueno…
Therefore I found some advice from, Banyan Botanicals, check out their page on Vata Pacifying (funny name) and Lifestyle
When it comes to pacifying vata, how we eat may be just as important as what we eat, [Story of my life!!] so this is an especially useful place to focus if the prospect of radically changing your diet feels overwhelming right now.
Vata is deeply soothed when we choose to eat in a peaceful environment—one where we can offer our full attention to the act of being nourished. Routine itself also balances vata, so the practice of eating three square meals per day (at about the same times each day) further reduces vata and helps to strengthen delicate digestion. And as we have already discussed, the aggravating potential of many vata-aggravating foods can be minimized by making sure that they are well-cooked, served warm, and garnished generously with oil, ghee, and digestive spices. Even visualizing your food grounding your energy, nourishing your body, and promoting health and vitality can go a long way toward pacifying the negative impacts of a vata-aggravating food. Experiment with taking a moment to resonate with your food in this way, particularly if you know you are about to ingest a food or a meal that is especially cool, dry, light, or rough.
Are you guys interested in learning more about Ayurveda? Do you know a lot about it? (Thinking of interviewing someone in this field… Hmm ideas…)
Wishing you Peace and Success this Week,
Ritually (aka Isa)