Before Yoga came into my life I had no idea who I was. Perhaps I could describe myself as somebody who did a certain college course and had a certain job, It felt right to identify with it, doing what I was supposed to, with limited belief in my own capabilities. Although I was in a kind of dreaming state, a little voice in my mind often made me feel uneasy, whispering “Why are you doing it?” Is it all there is? Is it right?” But fears and insecurities kept me where I felt safe, ignoring the little voices and choosing to stay where it was comfortable.
As I dove deeper into myself through practice, those little voices became louder, yelling at me I should change paths and leave it all behind. It was my wake up call and release. Yeah, It was painful and scary. At times I couldn’t hold my tears in class, I cried years of suppressing who I really was, suffocating behind a mask of someone who lived according to expectations. That’s ok though, it’s all part of the journey. I’m grateful for every single chapter of my life, the difference now is that I write my own story, following the voices, which I now know it’s my intuition, my inner wind that always blows in the right direction, my best friend in which I can fully trust. It takes me to the best destinations, brings beautiful people into my life and says there’s no limits for my potentials. It shows me how amazing and perfect life is once we open up to see that.
We can all find something that takes us out of the box and into a beautiful place.. it can be anything that frees your true Self - it might be dancing, music, yoga, painting- all we need to do is to listen, experience and trust ❤️ •Thanks @girofilmes
for capturing the expression of a yoga practice so beautifully 🙏
•Soundtrack by @ddelvv
thanks for sharing your art with me 🙏💕