Humble Me

Not what we have but what we enjoy, constitutes our abundance-

What in the world does the terrible little word, epiphenomenon have to do with fitness, yoga pants, health and our spiritual well-being? Depends on who you ask, and seeing that you found epiphenomenon here, let us explain a little bit more.

Our conscious mind is but an epiphenomenon of the physical brain (last time we checked), and with timely, appropriate and stimulating mental exercises (reading this blog is not one of them) the brain can be enhanced, empowered and enlightened …

CultFit Beach

Imagine if you will, that we are sitting peacefully in a lovely garden (maybe The Garden of Epicurus?) enjoying some vino, a baguette and a fine section of Brie from the local stinky cheese monger.  Friends, enjoying each others company and happiness.  We could change the setting, sipping VitaCoCo after a group run.  Discussing class as we wipe the sweat from our mats.  In each of these events, we are filled with utter happiness. Allow the struggles of your day to melt away … Let happiness be your primary reason to do anything you like.  The smile on your face?  How did it get there in the first place?!?

The Workout-


Perfect Hard Style KB Swings


Not too long ago we were contacted by our Dear Friend, Tina (who just so happens to be a wonderful blogger) about an award. Recognition is great although it truly is the simple thought of others that moves us.  Below are a just a few of the amazing people you will meet during your stay here:


Warsaw’s Secret Blog


My Magic Universe

Aura Jade

This is just a small sample of some of the truly inspiring readers we have here at CultFit, just like yourself.  We are truly humbled by all of you, be well this weekend and please take care.

CultFit Become

8 Comments on “Humble Me”

  1. Hi. Thanks for dropping by my blog. Great site. Agree happiness should be the goal but many of us seem to have lost the plot regarding what happiness actually is or how we get there.

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you for stopping over as well! I appreciate your kind words and thoughts, much of what you will read here is about redefining our “plot” in life, each and everyday. I wish you the best and feel free to stop back over at anytime.

  2. onthevector says:

    Appreciate the calming message today especially after this trying work week. Namaste.

  3. Thank you so much for mentioning my blog! Love that elephant picture! Life is abundant when we do what we enjoy 🙂

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