बिना अनुभव के कोरा शाब्दिक ज्ञान अंधा है।

Do you share a passion for discovery?  A passion for embracing and seeking out new and unfamiliar events in your life?  Immersing yourself in a new activity can help you transform your life in ways you never dreamed possible.  Here’s how:  Dipping your toes in an unfamiliar event takes Courage and Strength.

Workout- Outside in the elements.  Trail Run- On an actual trail.  Ride a bike- Into a 20mph headwind.

If you ever wanted to see a 5k princess melt?  Head to a local trail head when it’s raining … If you want to see a gym bunny break?  Hill Sprints and heavy KB Swings will do just fine.

Experiencing nature is heaven on earth.  Just simply being outdoors will awaken in you a sense of vitality and infinity for life.  After just a few moments outdoors a path to your core creativity will emerge in front of you.  Without thinking, look up at the astonishing number of stars in the sky tonight, the leaves quietly lingering on a single tree while running a favorite path and feel the sense of vastness and spaciousness that surrounds you.  As you gaze at the heavens, knowing that humanity throughout history and across continents has pondered these very stars, in this moment … You are experiencing something larger than yourself.

योजना –

कसरत –

Outdoors, in the elements …. A nice flowing Trail Run Followed by:

Park Bench Meditation (picnic tables etc.)

Find a bench with a level seat, a straight back and no arms (a level seat is all we really need) The front of the seat should not dig into the underside of your thighs.  Gently place your legs side by side, your feet flat on the earth beneath them.  Mindfully place both hands on your lap, one hand cupped upon the other.  Release the tension in your neck and shoulder muscles.  Breathe and relax your arms.

With our eyes closed, our objective is to achieve a state of complete physical stillness, calm – bliss.

नोट्स –

Be bold and find the strength to move away from fear and into something new … का आनंद लें


5 Comments on “Dawn”

  1. Jill says:

    Getting so much use out of Google Translate this week…

  2. I cycled home from work in a biting Northerly wind last night… Not exactly bliss but it did put a wry smile on my face.

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