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Welcome Tomorrow

I am so ready to step into the light of who I am.

Let yesterday go

Let today pass

And, just welcome tomorrow

Yesterday I was listening to a lecture by Yogi Bhajan whilst studying for my Kundalini Yoga exam and I was struck by something he said. "Let yesterday go, let today pass and just welcome tomorrow." The way he said it and at that moment it really resonated with me. I stopped and wrote it down and have been thinking about it ever since.

I have gone through a lot of changes over the past couple of months. I thought I knew what would make me happy, but ultimately the universe had other plans, as it always does. I realised that what I was doing was trying to control an outcome instead of just surrendering to what I needed at that moment. I knew I needed to leave London, return to the countryside and to be close to the people I love. Instead of listening to this clear voice, I ignored it and did the total opposite, obviously! I went into a job that I thought would make me happy, however it made me miss home, even more. I felt more alone than ever in London and somehow I had to leave. The moment I made the decision to leave London was one of the most freeing moments of my life. I KNEW what I needed to do, and since making that decision the universe has rewarded me in so many ways. I have met new people, I have new opportunities coming to me and my first regular Kundalini Yoga class.

I have been battling with feelings of stress and anxiety over the past couple of months and realised I needed to take control of it. I signed up to a January offer in my local town of Lewes at a gorgeous yoga Studio called Soul Fit and have been going to regular classes in Vinyasa, Flow and of course, Kundalini Yoga! I also begun a 40 day meditation on January 1st to help balance my mind and body. I am feeling more connected to myself and my heart is full of gratitude for all the people in my life who have supported me through these recent changes. I am trying to let go of yesterday as I know it no longer serves me, I am allowing today to pass and remaining grounded through the challenges I face. I am also welcoming tomorrow with an open heart, I am so ready to receive and step into the light of who I am.

I have been putting off blogging for such a long time as I didn't think I had a voice that people wanted to hear, and maybe I don't but, through my experiences over the past few years, I feel I have something to share.


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