To be. Well. with Amy Day
“To be great, be whole;
Exclude nothing, exaggerate nothing that is not you.
Be whole in everything. Put all you are
Into the smallest thing you do.
So, in each lake, the moon shines with splendor
Because it blooms up above.”
― Fernando Pessoa
Welcome back to another solo episode of MEND.
This week, I’m dipping into some of the tools & ideas I travel in inside my coaching practice.
This past week, I launched a small group offering I’m calling be. WELL.
Where we use the practices & lens of yoga to look at Wellness from a holistic perspective.
What does it mean to be well?
What does it mean to define our wellness by another’s standard, prototype or idea?
Can we even attain true wellness if our entry point is from a place of self-recrimination, self-punishment, self-loathing, & self-disgust? Or must the path we travel bare the same energetic footprint of the destination we are marching toward?
What happens when we start to abscond with another’s definition of our worth? Our beauty? Our goodness? Our health? What begins to transpire when we create our own definitions, our own rhythms, rituals & support systems around whole-person wellness?
Does it grant us greater energy and presence to live, work, and serve in the larger world? (You can probably guess that one…)
We dip into these questions today & look at a construct within yogic ideology of the layers and facets that make up the Self. And how we nourish and tend to each.
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