COMMIT TO BLISS DAY 13 (03.02.2018)
Amazing to have just finished my last live class of our two week Commit to Bliss series and it’s incredible how energised and grateful I feel to all of your for taking a big leap and joining this blissful journey with me. Fortunately we still have two days to go together (and why stop then either quite frankly…..) so here’s your yoga for today and a beautiful meditation to awaken your heart. It’s this practice of meditation that enables us to develop our mind so that there is a space between action and reaction. When something uncomfortable or bad happens today take a breath before reacting and ask yourself, how do I feel, what can I learn, do I need to react or not? When you look back at this situation later on what do you think you will be grateful for?
More heart happy food on The Blissologist’s Guide to a High Pranameter with a recipe for one of my fave vegetables bok choi. And as we’re on the subject of food why not mix up your food and your nature appreciation and take a meal outside today. Whether it’s your lunch time sandwich or breakfast on your balcony, fresh air and food go VERY well together.
And the wild card today is one of my faves so put on your best ever dance song and get grooving around the house in your underwear. Maybe even bust out a yoga move or too – I promise that if you start your day like this nothing can touch 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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