Dive into 2013 with your most raw and honest longings.
Stay open for the present moment. For the possibilities.
S t e p by s t e p.
Open the door and have a glimpse.
Many doors. Many choices.
A sankalpa often helps me to stay focused. Sankalpa in Sanskrit means will, purpose, or determination. I read somewhere it's like a New Year's resolution with a yogic twist.
A sankalpa, unlike New Year’s resolutions which oftentimes are publicly discussed in conversation, is more an internal vow you make to yourself.
A resolution and a silent vow just for you.
A sankalpa is not “I want to be more balanced” but instead, “I am balanced.”
Enjoy the freedom of “I am,” rather than “I want”.
“I am healthy"
“I am running a marathon.”
“I am patient.”
"I accept myself as I am"
"I am kind and loving"
Make it simple.
“You are what your deepest desire is. As your desire is, so is your intention. As your intention is, so is your will. As your will is, so is your deed. As your deed is, so is your destiny.”
|The Doorway. Treetophut 2012|