06 October 2014

Winter challenge: Breaking the pattern. Do something different.

In between the months from the previous post, hitting the Autumn of " battery running low" level.

Just at the moment, i chose to let go and cut down some classes so to keep myself in balance--- very glad to gain some understanding from my decisions.

Everyday, we face waves of challenges to test every aspect of ourselves-- But not everyday we get that wisdom to solve them, so we tend to put them aside.
With the accumulation of issues piling up, i feel the suffocation.

I wanted to go away to somewhere, anywhere.

Once my teacher told me bluntly-- The seed of the problem will still bear its fruits wherever i go. What are you running away from?

I didn't understand him at all, i kept that in mind though.
Running away. Is the easiest way, but that's not the way out. It took me awhile to realized that.

2014 has been rather transformative for me personally, many things that i didn't or refused to understand from previous years, i conclude that it is time to put a stop to all those struggle to try to make things right.

I'm going to do something about it!

Quoting from Kino Macgregor :

" If you try to hold a thought, or a person you are trying to change in an antagonism relationship, you are actually creating more of the same energy of the same. So we have to break that pattern." 

We will never be able to change and control what's outside of us, BUT we can always start to creating a healthy pattern with ourselves to break the pattern that causes unhappiness. 

" Be the change you want to see in the world." that's what Mahatma Gandhi, yeah!

Yes, honestly, the demanding yoga practices of Ashtanga has definitely play a huge role of the many things I'm doing with my life.
Emotionally, i do feel the strength of being a little less wavering & gaining a little more clarity within.

2014 has been extremely meaningful for me, initiating a few steps forward to break off all my doubts to explore Sea Turtles Projects in Bali yay!

Next would be visiting a country that i never desire to go to, Shanghai-- but i decided to keep my mind as open as possible.

Having great companies did play a huge part of me appreciate every little thing and moment i'm was in-- never deny any opportunity to love something.

I love this! That my friends were so spontaneously played with me:)
We all cross path to learn from one another:)
Never forget to fulfill your dreams while working hard for life, and share them with others too!
This winter will be something i extremely looking forward to-- heading to Mysore for couple of months for practice with Sharath.

Practice, eat, nap, eat, sleep & repeat---

Planning aside a block of time to de-clutter whatever are inside,
doing nothing as being such luxurious,
back to basic & simplicity--- the time i sort of what's the next step i wanna take in life:)

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