Tony Robbins discusses how to eat and have more energy and why green “live” foods are best for your body! I need to include some of these foods in my daily meals…what about you?
Life is really simple, but men insist on making it complicated. ~Confucius
At the end of a busy and stressful workday, sometimes my back gets tight and mentally I’m exhausted. That is the perfect opportunity to do yoga! Why? Well if you are a beginner, yoga can be a great aid for relaxation and it’s a good place to start. Because as you begin to practice breathing techniques, stretches, and poses. The calming of your nerves are sure to follow! It can feel a little uncomfortable at first, but if you stick with it at least a minimum of 30 minutes; the effects on your mind and body will surely be noticeable.
When I started yoga back in 2009, the main positive change I noticed was the calming effect on my mind. It felt clearer and refreshed. Also yoga relaxed my entire body, as well as sleep quality improvements; especially if done in the evening. Plus, my digestive system functioned better from doing twist poses. Unfortunately, I didn’t and still haven’t seen much toning from doing this kind of yoga, because I don’t do it everyday. So I incorporate other workouts to achieve my fitness goals.
Overall, I strongly recommend doing yoga to anyone that has never tried it before, because it’s different and it never hurts to try new things! If you subscribe to a cable provider that offers onDemand services, look up fitness/excersize and follow a yoga show right in the comfort of your living room! Or visit a class at local gym or studio. Most places offer discounts to first time visitors! So what’s your thoughts on yoga? What has it done for you?
A good visual to show factors that contribute to success. Is there anything missing from this picture?
In this post we look at some of the characteristics between successful and unsuccessful people. These distinctions help us cultivate behaviors that promote happiness, success, gratitude, motivation, achievement and overall positivity!
Let’s get right to it!
We are what we say, show, do and feel. How we stand, the tone in our voice, our levels of energy – all represent how we ‘show up‘ in the world. How we carry ourselves is how the world see us, but most importantly how we see ourselves.
Upon seeing this image I had the following questions:
What are some of our most frequent words and phrases?
What are we showing ourselves, our family, and the world on a regularly basis?
How do we feel most often?
What are we spending our time on?
How do we solve problems?
These might seem like small things, but all of these things add up…
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Peace is not the absence of conflict but the presence of creative alternatives for responding to conflict. ~Dorothy Thompson