COMMIT TO BLISS DAY 3 (24.01.2018)
Welcome back awesome yogis and I’m so looking forward to day 3 with you on the mat. Here’s your Emergencyoga class for the day along with a beautiful nature meditation I recorded in Sri Lanka last year where you can hear the sound of the waves crashing on the shore. Today we can together try and be more mindful in our actions – a morning walk, (whether to the kitchen, the beach or the office), can be intentional as you focus on what’s around you, every step and every breath you take, savouring the beginning of your day. A mini challenge in our gratitude practice today – try taking one or two things that you are not looking forward to and re-framing them with a sense of gratitude. For example ‘my job is driving me nuts’ becomes ‘I am grateful for the opportunity to serve others and the abundance my job brings me’. More fantastic recipes are up on The Blissologist’s Guide to a High Parameter so check it out. And our wild card today is to dig deep inside and proclaim your life mission. And I get that maybe that’s not easy so here’s a little help from Eoin Finn with some tips on how to reconnect with your heart’s desire. It took me some years to figure out my life mission and it’s no small thing – To Create World Peace One Love at a Time. And I truly hope that every time we step on the mat together you feel a little more love for yourself and a little more peace in your heart that you can then go out into the world and share with those around you.

About emergencyoga

As two committed humanitarians and yogis we wanted to find a way to combine our love of film making and our desire to share yoga goodness with our colleagues and friends working at the cold face of the humanitarian world. Emergency Yoga is our contribution to helping you survive in the field when work gets too much and life feels a little tough. We want you to know that Emergency Yoga has got your back and will make sure you can get your quick fix of calm, strength and relaxation whenever you need it. Everything you see on Emergency Yoga is done in our spare time, just because we love doing it and because we want you to stay safe and happy out in the field. Enjoy and namaste, Nicola and Donna

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