If you are like me you have probably said something in the heat of the moment that you later regretted.
When we get upset our body begins to experience physical changes, stress hormones flood the system, as our body prepares for “fight” or “flight” . (As you can see “Be Nice” is not a priority)
It is times like these that we really need our yoga!
Patanjali says that when you find yourself approving of, reacting to, or acting in a negative way immediately follow it up with something equally positive or remove yourself from the situation. In this way we stop the negative thoughts, words, and actions before they gain momentum.
Now I know this may sound a bit silly at first, but try it, it really does work!
At the very least you will not be as quick to say something you will later regret.
Don’t allow others to draw you in with negative talk either. Follow up their negative comments with positive ones and see how long “Negative Ned or Nancy” keep talking to you.
If you find yourself unable to immediately find a positive thought, take a time out. Read something inspiring, take a walk, hang with people who love you. You may find that petty inclinations simply dissolve when you give yourself space to breathe.
2 thoughts on “Happy Yoga”
This is so true and it really does work!!!
http://needman.ru знакомства с иностранцами возраст не важен
отношения с иностранцами