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Create Your Story Now

For the longest time I boxed myself into believing I was a very analytical, logical person.  With the encouragement of my parents, I pursued the sciences and engineering.  And I enjoyed it, but I never really allowed myself to be expressive in a creative way in the arts or in words.  And it wasn’t because I couldn’t, but partly because I just didn’t think that was me.  It was the story I told myself.  It was the story I stuck with for a long time or rather a story I got stuck in.  But thankfully through yoga, through the process of peeling away the layers, looking at myself in a more honest way, allowing myself to be as vulnerable as I had ever been, my story began to change.  I realized my story could change.  I just had to want to change.  I had to choose to change it.  We all have stories we identify with.  But stories are merely a set of thoughts in a given moment of time.  They don’t have to stay with us.

Where are you stuck?  What story are you choosing?  What story will your life convey?  Choose now.

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  1. Inspiring. Thanks for sharing!

    January 29, 2012
  2. Sheldon #

    Thanks for this one Sheila. This post really resonates with me. I have a similar story as I never thought of myself as artistic or creative. Yoga really helped me rewrite my biography and tacked on a great deal more adjectives. Thanks again.

    January 30, 2012
    • That’s awesome Sheldon! Miss you, hope our paths cross soon!

      January 31, 2012

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