Well, the 30 Day Moksha Yoga Challenge ended on Wednesday, and as I said in a previous post, challenge it was. In the end, I didn’t end up making it to all 30 practices, but I can honestly say that I am proud of the progress that I made. I grew as a yogi and I grew in my soul. I definitely would take up another challenge. I believe that it helped me realize what I want out of my life and what I need in my life.
I gained focus, determination, strength. Not only physically but mentally. Mostly mentally. I pushed myself when I was well and I took time off when my body needed it. I listened to my body and I can say that I have not being doing that at all lately. I haven’t been feeling well and have been struggling with huge bouts of fatigue. The 30 Day Challenge helped me realize that I need to get back to my core health goals. I need to be well.
In order to reach some of the goals I have, I need to be healthy and I need to take care of myself. I cannot let myself get run down like I have. I have to take care of me in order to take care of others. My happiness and sanity depend on it.
I’ve been thinking about taking a dog training course. My passion and dedication to the well-being of dogs and other animals is quite apparent. I truly believe that I meant to follow this path in my life. However, I have not given up on writing as I think I am meant to combine my passions. I’ve done it with dance and writing and now I want to do it to help animals in need.
I’ve thought a lot about this while doing my challenge and I truly believe that I can be happy and successful and reach all of my goals if I follow my heart. My heart says that this is what I need to do right now. So I am going to go for it.
Wish me luck!