Ever feel like you get over one hump and the beginning of another is directly ahead? The seasons of the year can feel this way and there’s a very good reason!
While spring is a time of abundant growth and potential. The winter months are meant to gather energy and strength for the busy seasons ahead. This week we want to encourage you to stay present in the winter season that is still here.
Just like the holiday slide that happens from October to January, we are now facing the ramp up to spring! It starts this weekend with the Superbowl and ends somewhere near Memorial Day, the true start of summer.
During this time, it is easy to get "busy" and drop the many visions and intentions we held for ourselves just 4 shorts weeks ago. This week we ask you to take a moment to remember your new years. Remember how you felt, what you hoped for in 2018 and write it down.
Make a point to bring your vision back into this moment and store it for yourself like the squirrels have stored their nuts for winter. There is something to gather that will make these hopes become a reality.
At Defy Aging Solutions, we gather strength, balance, mobility and community. We do this every day and remind you to do the same so that your best self can emerge.
New years has come and gone. The concept of resolutions feels less resolute and our daily lives have gone right back to the hum drum of their usual happenings. You can jump right in and join the regular flow if you want to and I’m curious, isn’t there still a feeling just under the surface…a voice on the back burner saying, “don’t forget to…”.
What is that thing your body and mind want you to remember now? If you’re not sure, ask yourself this:
What is the one thing you want to remember and take with you in 2018?
Asking this question isn’t so much about a resolution as it is an intention. We hear about intentions everywhere these days as yoga and other forms of mindfulness promote the idea of knowing your intention.
An intention is essentially a commitment to carry forth an action or thought. It is a promise to ourselves to remember, value and hold dear something that is important to us.
In the beginning of any year, resolutions are big. Our last few blogs and newsletters spoke to that. Today we want to remind you that what gives a resolution its resolve is your intention.
This week we invite you to reflect on what’s at the source of your resolutions for 2018. There’s something important you want to remember and most importantly, that you want to uphold in action.
Our intention is to help you feel better, move better and have more energy. If you share these intentions, let’s work together to make it happen!