: Real Eyes :Posted: February 6, 2015 Filed under: Kindness, Meditation, Yoga | Tags: beauty, Body Image, cycling, gratitude, kindness, life, love, meditation, Mindfulness, Omaha, passion, pilates, Reality, running, trail running, yoga 9 Comments
Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like-
Have you ever noticed that when someone does “something” to upset you – walks across your yoga mat before class, takes your line during a trail run, leans hard on you during the last corner of a local Saturday night crit race? The tendency may be to belittle them in our minds? Our inner critic and dialog begins to spool up, lamenting the “things” we would like to say to them in the moment. Or, as we so often like to do – Lump all the rude and inconsiderate people in the world together into one group.
What am I trying to convey on this beautiful Friday morning: Other people’s actions can often set off a series of reaction(s) within our hearts. Where we ruminate to ourselves, nauseously, over and over again about being done-did-bad, and there is nothing worse than being in down dog – glancing at your hands, and seeing someones foot print staring back at you!
The amount of time we spend in our mind (instead of our hearts), talking and thinking about how insufferable other people are – Is precious time spent creating hate and discord. Eventually, theses feelings will manifest themselves in other ways …
Start each day anew my friends and be sure to have a wonderful weekend!
CultFit – wise words, thanks for sharing. I am wondering, what is a “crit race?” Thanks. -Aaron
A criterium, or crit, is a bike race held on a short course (usually less than 1 mile) in a city or town center-They are a lot of fun!
Hope you have great weekend, take care!
You have a wonderful weekend as well!
Its been a lovely weekend so far and I hope you are doing the very same 🙂
that picture is beautiful
a sweet, gentle reminder . . . thank you
My pleasure and thank you for stopping over and hanging out 🙂
wise words, my friend