Let Go: Find the Time to Make the Time.

It’s been a great weekend for me.

I have been in San Francisco at the Yoga Journal conference, which means lots of yoga, lots of patchouli and lots of time to redirect my focus inward.

My favorite class was with Seane Corn. That woman speaks my language and teaches in the way I want to teach one day. More importantly, she reminded me of something very important:

It’s ok to let go of something that no longer serves you or your purpose. It’s ok to let go with love. 

For the last couple of months, my days have bled together. I am able to fit in a hike in the mountains here and there, but because of the lack of daylight hours and the time I am working at my job, I have little time to myself. I quit practicing yoga, I quit meditating, I quit feeling calm and peaceful, and most of all, I quit feeling purposeful.

Hello, anxious, flippant Tiffiny from yesteryear! Never thought I would see you again!

“All great changes are preceded by chaos.” – Deepak Chopra

Without going into too much detail, the next couple of weeks are going to be interesting for me. I have a feeling “letting go,” will be the theme, so that what’s been trying to enter my life, finally has the space to enter.

I’ve just needed the time to find the time to realize that.

Photo: Marisa De Luna Jarae

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