This is the second part of a three part series. Click here to read the first part on ease, thinking about my future self, and food.
Rhythm means movement of a recurring nature. Like a beat. Like the pulse of ocean waves against the shore. There’s consistency. There’s discipline. As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m interested in cultivating a rhythm of being, a rhythm of moving through the world.
I’d like to dive deeper into this idea of discipline. For me, I can speak to being disciplined in fear and listening to the mind. I’m committed to habits that reinforce the parts of my brain that act from a place of fear and past conditioning. Most of my work lately has been becoming aware of those parts and bringing them empathy. Because as debilitating as they are, they once served a purpose. Even protected us when we were at our most vulnerable. Once we give space and acknowledgement to these parts, we learn that they have something to teach us.Read More