April 4th - Disolving the invisible

Yoga is a lot like life. It is a balance between holding on and letting go.

Meditation means dissolving the invisible walls that ignorance has built.

If I can change my thoughts, I can change anything. Today I will make progress towards my goals. ...

Never underestimate yourself. You are capable of great things. ...

My greatest struggles, are my greatest lessons. I will always remember that I only have control over myself, and my choices.

I will stop focusing on how stressed I am and remember how blessed I am. Complaining won’t change my reality, but a positive attitude will.”

“Being positive does not mean ignoring the negative. Being positive means overcoming the negative. There is a big difference between the two.”

“I will get back up. Again, and again. The faster I recover from setbacks, the faster I’ll get back on the path of life.”

“When I find that I don’t have time for what matters, I will stop doing things that don’t.”

“There’s nothing selfish about self-care and self-love. I can’t give what I don’t have. When I enrich my own life, I’ll be life-giving to others too.”

“When the grass looks greener on the other side, it’s just life’s way of reminding me to water the grass I’m standing on.”

Before you utter anything, run your thoughts through three key filters and don’t speak unless you get three resounding YES responses:

Is it true? Is it kind? Is it helpful?

“Not all storms come to disrupt your life, some come to clear your path.”

"Happiness doesn’t mean you always have a smile on your face. It means you have a foundation for your existence that allows you to be at peace no matter what is happening in your life." – Wai Lana

The hardest prison to escape from is our mind.

Change is never painful. Resistance to change is painful.

Our anxiety does not come from thinking about the future, but instead in trying to control it.

You can’t have a physical transformation until you have had a spiritual transformation.

Do not choose the one that is beautiful to the world, but rather choose the one who makes your world beautiful.

The mind is like water. When it is turbulent it is difficult to see, when it is calm it becomes still.

What comes easy won’t last long and what last long won’t come easy.

“If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito in the room.” – Dalai Lama

Your diet is not only what you eat. It's what you watch, what you listen to, what you read, the people you hang around... be mindful of the things you put into your body emotionally, spiritually, and physically.