When I was at yoga this week, the instructor said something that struck me. She said that when you meditate or breathe during a trying situation, you don’t send what is troubling you away. You calm yourself enough to sit in the turmoil. To ground yourself in the eye of the storm and know you can survive it. Continue reading
There is a space of time between getting bad news and coming to terms with it. I call it the “Time of Turmoil.”
It could be the end of a relationship, a negative review at work, hearing challenging health news, or a fight with a friend.
This is when we ask ourselves things like…
“What could I have done differently?”
“Why don’t they like me?”
“What did I do wrong?” Continue reading