I find that I am more willing to accept the inconsistencies and curve balls thrown my way because I see the benefits in going with the flow rather than obsessing over the details. Even more, the beauty and simplicity of the things around me have become magnified in such a way that it’s become impossible for me not to find some level of gratification in even the most mundane moments.
Granted, I still have times where my anger and frustration get the best of me but I feel, for the most part, that I am much more centered and focused on my life as a “work in progress” as opposed to a completed picture with no hope of getting better—I am rediscovering myself as a wife, mother, woman, and friend and enjoying the lessons I’m learning along the way.
I credit yoga for allowing me the avenue to do such things without feeling the pain and disappointment that I might have in the past.
It’s as if I have come to accept my bad parts for what they were/are and decided to no longer let them define me. I finally started to realize that the only consistency in this life is that things will always change and my place in that cycle is up to me.
I guess what I’m saying is, the journey does not come in trying to overcome the obstacles that these “changes” represent, but rather in taking those obstacles as symbols of how much stronger your becoming as a person because you have found a way to overcome them on your own.
Yoga has opened up a world within myself that I might otherwise never have found and I am loving it.
Now…if I could just master that darned crane (see photo).