JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 9 – DAY 322 :: small is big – 42 days to go

19 Nov


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There are 42 days left of The Promise 365! Ah, my favorite number and the answer to everything. There are 42 days left, people! I can’t believe this year is almost over and this blog is almost complete. 

Tonight, I reflect on yoga (which may be the answer to everything). I am in Germany on business and completely jet-lagged. So tongiht, I did some yoga stretching in my hotel room. It took me all the way back to that time I made a promise to do yoga every single day of the year.

Of course, I thought by the end of the year my body would end up ripped and shredded and muscle toned like a magazine cover model (it didn’t). Instead, I learned a much greater lesson – small is big.

Meaning, that even small moves make a big difference.  

That year brought me peace of mind and heart, but it gave me the gift that keeps giving — namely a self-led, home yoga practice that I can pull out of my hat (or mat) no matter where I am (including Germany). 

Before my Year of Yoga, I relied on yoga classes, yoga DVD’s, yoga YouTube videos. After a year of “practicing” I learned that practice doesn’t make perfect, instead, it provides flexibility. The kind that you can take with you throughout your entire life.

Namaste, and Gute Nacht!

Trust me!
More tomorrow.Jamie

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