It has been an entire month since I received my #yogateachertraining material, and I wish I could say that I am half way through it. I hit the ground running, eager to learn and start something new and exciting, only to be met with my ego and self doubts.
I recently traveled for my day job. Plane after plane. Layover after layover. I brought my #yoga book with me and did make attempts to read it. Being successful twice over the 4 day event. I found it hard to constraint on the writing with the sounds and movement all around me. Even finding a seat further way, but not too far from my boarding zone, was still a challenge. I am now past the first part of the book with many more pages to go. Past the part of boredom and large words that I can not pronounce. Only because I have now seen and spoken them a few times.
I was able to accomplish one of my goals for the month, "do more yoga"! While away, I was able to wake up early and flow it out! As my days and part nights were filled with training and adventure put on by the company I was visiting, afternoon workouts were not ideal. #yoga & #meditation every morning before my busy day began was new but such an awesome experience. It left me open and aware, ready to take on what the day had in store. Also, I was traveling alone and was with people I had just met. So, being on my best behavior was needed! LOL
My ego and self double rear its ugly head again when I looked over the syllabus and went for the exam questions. Only for my eyes to land on the 4 essays that I have to write to complete my training portion. I love writing! But the topics are what has me scared.
I vow to take it one day at a time, and when it is time to sit down and write those essays, the words will flow off my fingers onto the keyboard...until that time, I release those thoughts from my mind and allow myself to focus on what is in front of me at this moment.
I am making it a goal to be completed the book I am on now, #thecompleteyogabook along with the exam questions answered by end of October 2018.
Yoga is YOUR practice, YOUR time, YOUR journey. Let it be what YOU need it to be. Step on your mat and Let it all Go.