When you’re being kind, considerate, compassionate and giving of yourself, your soul will rejoice. You’ve reached the highest level of self-love in this state of serving others. And even though it is good karma to be kind to others, sometimes we forget to include ourselves in the mix. Being kind to yourself is NOT selfish – in fact, it’s entirely selfless because when you feel good, you are more inclined to help others feel good as well. When I’m teaching yoga, I often reflect on this quote from Buddha: If your practice of compassion doesn’t include yourself, then it is incomplete. Find ways to do small and large things to appreciate those kind and generous souls that not only add abundance to their lives but your life as well. By practicing conscious acts of kindness and giving, you can spread the love while also adding positivity to your life. Over time, you’ll realize that the only person who is responsible for your happiness and positive outlook on life is YOU. Sure, people can AD
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I think it's safe to say that we all have a love/hate relationship with change. If things stay too stagnant for too long, we get terribly bored and start to feel monotonous. When too many things change all at once, we find ourselves desperately seeking comfort in what we are familiar with.
Whether we like it or not, change is a part of life. More specifically change is something that we all need to learn to embrace in order to grow whether we're referring to our personal lives or our professional lives.
As a yoga instructor, change is a subject that I talk about frequently with my students. In fact, a lot of my students come to my class with the sole purpose of learning how to embrace change. As I mentioned earlier, change can be downright scary because it forces us out of our