Yoga wisdom! Why you need to put a stop to being busy

Want to know the real secret to reaching all of your goals and aspirations and dreams? It’s a lot simpler than you might think. And it starts with feeling good.

It’s not about overcommitting yourself and filling your week up with tasks. With being so busy because you secretly think you’re slacking off if your schedule isn’t jam-packed.

The more you can create a state of positivity and joy and the more ease you can create, the quicker you’ll get to your desired destination.

Here’s the thing, there’s no point struggling, gritting your teeth and hustling your butt off if it is going to make you feel tired, sick and flat all the time.

If you feel low, you’ll stay low. Instead, be clear about exactly what you want, be grateful and authentic and believe in yourself and the right opportunities will come to you.

Throw yourself into whatever it is you want, wholeheartedly, and with a big smile on your face. Remember – the point is to feel good!

Choose to do what you love and give it your all. Open your eyes fully to the opportunities in every day. Practice gratitude.

You know all this of course. This is just a reminder. So no more excuses about being too busy or tired.

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Create space for the things you want to do.

Create space for your health.

Create space to surround yourself with the things and people that make you feel happy.

Create the space to slow down and drink it all in.

Create ease.

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Kate Kendall
Kate Kendall is Co-Founder & Director of Yoga at Flow Athletic in Sydney's Paddington. Passionate about teaching the art of 'slowing down', her approach to yoga is down to earth & light hearted. Her intention is to provide experiences in which people can move playfully and experience longer lasting mental alertness and clarity off the mat contributing to a happier and healthier community. 'Yoga Guru' for Body & Soul Magazine, Kate writes, presents and creates video content providing people with the opportunity to experience yoga progressively and in a way that's adaptable to a contemporary lifestyle. She's worked with numerous athletes including the South Sydney Rabbitohs and pioneered Sydney's Bro-ga; yoga for men.