Who, what and where are you?

Who, what and where are you?

You’re always alone, but you’re only lonely if you don’t like the person you’re alone with.-Wayne Dyer

Do you know who you are? What the true desires of your heart are? What struggles keep you down? Can you see beyond those struggles to your strengths? Your innate goodness? The boundless possibilities?
Becoming comfortable with ourselves is something we hope we have achieved yet how would we really know? Through outside accomplishments or failures? Unless you are so confident that you understand your own heart, then you may have achieved or not through outside pressures or duties (the status quo).
Well, can we just get along in life with self dislike or not knowing? Not if we plan to succeed or accomplish our dreams opposed to “their” dreams. Sometimes we only look at societies model of who to be, how to act and what to say. Without dispensing with these all together, might I suggest that we not ignore that voice inside that steers us toward wholeness. Listening to your voice is a tricky game to play requiring sharp discernment. There may be some trial and error to finally get it right. The biggest “Goliath” there is.
Image a life where you acknowledge your creator, then your own hearts whispers followed by expression to family, social and business networks. No wonder facebook was invented. Connecting if our first need, but for global and societal changes it begins with us first. Don’t mistake Lifted Life Yoga Center for just a yoga replacement for a workout. We are here to offer to you assistance in what ever positive difference you want to make.
What do you know for sure about yourself that you can share? Remember if its negative then all that means is you haven’t gone deep enough. Go deeper baby, It’s there.
  • Val
    Posted at 19:00h, 11 November Reply

    Love this post Julie. How often we blame outside circumstances or people for our own unhappiness. Only when we are willing to do our yoga, our inner work, can true change take place. Yoga is so much more than moving our body into different poses on the yoga mat. Yoga is looking inside, discovering the essence of who we really are, finding ways to connect with our heart, which facilitates connecting with the Divine moment by moment, and living each moment from that divine, beautiful place.
    I loved this quote from John Friend, “We have the keys to our own radical transformation within us. The Anusara yoga vision honors the inherent potential, the divinity in every person. We are all co-creators with Nature or the Supreme in this life, and this creative freedom makes life fun, exciting and inspiring.”
    Each of us has the power to create the life we want to live. The first step is looking inward, owning what we find, and then doing our yoga to create the life we want to live.

  • Linda Black
    Posted at 20:08h, 11 November Reply

    Listening to the voice inside takes some quiet time, meditation, contemplation, alone time, time to reflect, reminisce and being attentive. I think I need a vacation!

  • Kyle Clouse
    Posted at 20:50h, 11 November Reply

    Julie, this is a great post. I love the quote from Wayne Dyer. Too often we have the tendency of being too hard on ourselves; we beat ourselves up sometimes. A good question to ask yourself is “Would I like to be around someone who talks to me the way that I talk to myself”? Is the answer “yes” or “no”?

  • Julie Branham
    Posted at 14:09h, 12 November Reply

    Ahhh.. thats a big No on that one. If our internal dialogue is such, then what you say will be on that groove. Make your self conversation pattern after the ideal expression of your higher self. It’s that easy…groovy eh!

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