Finding A Voice Between The Silence

The word “Calm” is often used, but learning to acknowledge this feeling and being present in the moment is easier said than done. At certain times over the last couple of years, for me there has been no calmness just chaos. I am still learning to sit with the uncomfortable feelings in my mind and body, I have tingling down my arm and legs, my heart feels as if it is about to explode through my chest, my throat tightness and my mind disappears into the past.

There have been times when I could see no end to this chaos in my head, but through discovering yoga, it has helped me greatly. Over the last two years I have started to incorporate yoga into my daily life, either first thing in the morning or before bed to calm my mind. I had gone through patches when I haven’t done yoga…

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3 thoughts on “Calm

  1. Great post buddy. You know me I walk it’s a great terapy that calm me down, even greater than my Yoga practice. When I walk I feel happy and energise. First things even before breakfast and just before the sunrise. Miracle pils for good life. ;)

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