Learning to unleash our inner power could be one of the most life-changing things we could do for ourselves💜👏
Too often, many of us forget the depth of the power that truly lies within us to achieve anything we wish to make.
The truth is that we have within each of us, immense power to do anything and overcome all obstacles💜
Practicing removing doubt and lack of confidence can help us to rediscover the truth of our powerful nature.
The more we can be aware of our power, the more we can allow it to show up in our daily actions.
We can practice this together during an imagery session😉💜
Or you can practice on your own👇
To practice this, sit each day quietly and reflect on this feeling of power within you. As you go about your day, practice carrying this feeling of inner strength with you by affirming that you are powerful and you can do anything you put your mind to💜
Journaling may be ideal here. To check-in with your thoughts, your emotions. So maybe have a journal and favorite writing utensil handy📝
Practice this for one week, several times a day, and then observe how your mindset changes after just one week of practice.
Commit to this mantra practice for at least 21 days total and see how your mindset transforms💜☺️
It's amazing! And so worth the commitment!
If you are a yogi at heart, you can incorporate this short power sequence while practicing this mantra🧘♀️🧘
Begin in Mountain (tadasana). Stand tall with your shoulders down away from your ears and firm your foundation in your feet. Take a full deep energizing breath into your lungs, pause to hold the breath briefly, and then take a long exhale out. Repeat this power breath practice up to five times. After you finish, take a moment to observe how your body and mind feel after standing tall and taking several powerful deep breaths in and out.
Then focus on sequencing asanas that help us get in touch with feelings of inner power. Some power poses to consider are Chair, Warrior 1, Warrior 2, Reverse Warrior, and Extended Side Angle.
You can consider holding these poses for longer periods of time, up to 3-6 breaths.
Janice Robinson, CCHC