This past week, I noticed that sometimes I don’t want to make good choices, but prefer to play out my patterns instead. Even when I can see those patterns clearly and am aware that I have other choices I could engage, there are times when making that choice can feel hard.
This coming week, I invite in centeredness. A massage therapist asked me the other day “how do you want to feel at the end of this massage?” and that was what I said. It sounds true: centered, to me, means grounded and connected both, and I love that balance.
Ways this could work: I could use one of the centering practices I know. I could notice when I physically get off my center. Some way I haven’t thought of yet!
What went well: I spent the weekend out in Western Massachusetts, which is beautiful this time of year, getting ready for one of my favorite things of the year!
Reports from last week: Last week! You guys, last week, I forgot to post this, about which I am sad. But it’s a chance to point out an important thing about practice, which is that sometimes, we fall off, and the goal is really just to get back on. Hello, horse!