"One of the reasons beliefs are so effective in dictating our reality is that they act like magnets... They cause us to draw toward us the people and circumstances that seem to confirm them as truth." ~ Nancy Levine
How are YOU practicing self-care in the midst of work, family and personal obligations?
Are you taking pause to notice and to lean into any discomfort or confusion you might be feeling? Are you able to see these as entry-points and opportunities to greater self-awareness, as opposed to feeling like a victim to your circumstances, powerless and hopeless?
Yesterday I crashed my bike. It was a pretty day and so I decided to run an errand on my road bike -- something I've been doing for years.
I took a left turn going downhill when my tire inadvertently slid into a groove in the pavement. I was immediately thrown from my bike and onto the turn lane of a four lane road.
On my way down, I saw the groove that twisted my tire, and the look on the faces of two men walking nearby. It all happened so fast but when I look back, I can see it in slow motion.