“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude”
When people bring up the word “change” in conversation, there are mixed reactions that can either skew a conversation to a dead halt or can enlighten the conversation to an optimal revival. By setting the repeat button on your life to anticipate the same routine, your mind disconnects from your body, thereby depriving yourself to experience the raw moment.
“If it scares you, it might be a good thing to try”
Fear and judgement are two of the many demons that can hinder an individual to explore the endless possibilities that can be found in change. Now that the challenge is at its end, it is quite easy to fall into habitual routines. Here are a couple suggestions some of you yogis might want to test out:
Try placing your mat at a different spot in class
Trust yourself to try that pose you’ve always wanted to do
Try a different instructor’s class
Although challenging, change can be a wonderful thing. Turn uncomfortable into comfortable.
Three noteworthy books that explore change: