So, first I would love to share with you all about my recent endeavor into giving my body everything it could possibly need. I started by taking Zija. I know, you feel like you’ve heard about this enough for me now!! One of the other things that I took on was giving my body healing touch.
I can tell you that after beginning ZIJA, I realized that my body was actually not getting as much nutrition as I thought. How did I know this? Well, I could feel the difference in my body nearly immediately. I felt the clarity. The energy. It was amazing.
What I realized after meeting with Christina yesterday and getting her amazing Hellerwork bodywork session is that my body needs me to work as a team with it in multiple ways. This means receiving treatments from different healers and looking to many modalities to give my body a holistic approach to its health.
Christina checked out my body and its alignment and quickly realized that my IT band was very tight. She took this and adjusted my entire treatment around allowing my body to stop compensating for the tightness in my IT band.
Not only am I looking forward to my work with Christina and my discovery of what my body could truly need that I’m not aware of, but I am looking forward to having breakthroughs in so many areas of my life.
So why letting go? Well, I am letting go of who I believe that I am. I am taking on a new discovery of what’s possible if I create myself everyday. As a mother, as a teacher, as a leader, as a student, as a practitioner of life, an artist of life. I am letting go of knowing how it will look and I am letting go of the direction that it takes. I wrote a blog a few months ago about not knowing and I am brought back to that space once again. The space where I don’t know. When I don’t know how things will go, they have the opportunity to show up in any way possible, often exponentially more exciting than I ever could have imagined. I don’t know where I will be but I do know that letting go and allowing the not knowing gives me space to explore life. You can count on me always to explore, to share and to truly become a master in the art of living.
“The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both” –James Michener
To those of you on this crazy ride with me, aka all of us, I love you. Thank you for reading, and I look forward to sharing more and more with you here. As always, I’m delving deeper to give you the “real goods”…and let’s just say…every level is new and confronting! All I know to do is keep going! Persevere. Live. Such that another will see something possible and come alive!
Much Love. Namaste.