Will wake up at 5 am for this... ❤️
The magic of Antelope Canyon.
I have no words to describe how
beautiful this place was.. I guess
‘surreal’ is one word that comes
Our wonderful guide pointed out
some of the hidden shapes in the
contours of the canyon...
Can you see them? (swipe left)
1. Crazy yogi (kidding) 😂
2. Heart ❤️
3. Dragon’s Eye 👁
4. Abraham Lincolns beard & nose 🎩
(On the right side, looking upwards :)
5. Not really a shape, just loved the
#familyvacay#arizonaroadtrip#antelopecanyon 🚌 ...
"If you met me today or came to one of my classes, you would probably never know that I spent most of my life in a very dark place. I struggled with depression, I had low self-esteem & virtually no self-respect. I did a lot of things to harm myself... I intentionally inflicted wounds across my body, I drank until I couldn't tell you my name, I'd try just about any drug that fell into my lap, I gave my body to anyone that I desired - simply because I could... I was destructive, I was chaos, I was doing everything in my power to disregard the beauty of life while I thought that I was "living it up"
Meet @mjheart sharing her #yogasavedmylife story with us. These are her words 💚
. "And so, one day, I woke up in withdrawal and I asked how I had got there... how could I let this happen? And just like that, I gave up... I lost everything... my practice, my teaching, my passion & drive, my partner, my home, my future, my whole entire future was gone... because I gave up my addictions
I was hallow, empty. I was sick in every part of my being. I was uncertain, unstable, unable to get up each day & go on... but one day, I stepped back onto my mat and though I didn't know it right away - I stepped back into my being. You see, only when we accept our suffering, are we able to transcend it
In the 9 years that I have been practicing yoga, I have lost everything, and instead, I found myself - my true self. Yoga has allowed me to be vulnerable, allowed me to share my pain & accept deep healing & forgiveness. My practice has made me strong... physically, yes, but mentally too
Yoga saved my life because it allowed me to discover my purpose... it has given me the opportunity to pass on to others the wisdom I have attained through my own trials and errors. I have been able to teach people how to take care of their bodies and how to nourish their souls... how to conquer fear and accept doubt
I acknowledge that some days are harder than others, & sometimes you just can't fight back the tears... but that's what makes us human... living, breathing miracles who are just trying to get through & figure it out together - one day at a time 🙏 MJ
Tb to some time earlier this week when I told lefty to get its 💩 together. Currently completely wrecked in the truest sense of the word. ...