Sometimes you need to see where we have come from in order to navigate where you are headed. Time to make your own history! . euphoreje is a completely new word; one that doesn't have attachments. A word that you can make your own, define for yourself. It is a blending of euphoric, an adjective and energy, a noun. euphoric + energy = euphoreje
It is written, "cast not your pearls unto swine, for they would trample on it and then rend against you." I have learnt the hard way the truth about the aforementioned, sometimes we wish that all can see what we see, but not everyone is in that conscious vibrational state or frequency. But if we truly are and be what we claim to be, it won't be necessary to verbally say anything to anybody.
What makes you feel calm? Is it knowing what comes next? Is it thinking 🤔 you are in control? Is it when you feel confident? Is it when you’re in a familiar environment? Or with familiar people? Conversely, we can examine the things that unnerve us? A change in routine? Unknown expectations? Feelings of being inadequate (not smart enough, skinny enough, flexible enough, or any other way of not being enough). Put yourself in both situations, feel in your body the way you react to each? Perhaps even take the time to write down a list of adjectives in each scenario of how you are feeling, mentally and physically. It may go something like this: present, relaxed, open, trusting, intuitive, connected and joyful. Or tense, worried, overwhelmed, skeptical, judgmental, and impatient. Once we understand this framework, we can work more consciously to move towards our positive feelings of calm connection even when we are put in situations that arise “uncomfortable” or less desired emotions. For instance, I’ll use a silly but practical everyday example from my own life to illustrate. Say I show up to my yoga class and am about to begin, when I realize my yoga teacher isn’t there . 😩 Yep, we all know that feeling. For me, I would immediately recognize the reactions in my mind and body - disappointed, a little skeptical and resistant of what would come next, perhaps my fight or flight might even shows its ugly head. “ Do I really need to stay for this?” Acknowledging that these emotions really relate back to my core feelings about the unknown. Perhaps my ego has taken over and is worried about performing rather then breathing. Maybe my attention is being dragged more outward when my attention would normally be completely consumed inside. These are normal reactions. But this is life and life is not filled with perfect conditions. Our job, and the yoga, is to learn to stay present and calm amongst the waves of life. So perhaps I cancel my judgmental thought