I felt alone but the universe told me different...

Sometimes the universe provides in ways I could never anticipate. I just have to pay attention.

The past couple of weeks have been a time of change in my world. I’ve entered a space of uncertainty. This brings questions into my life and can feel heavy.

I felt alone. It was bringing me down.

But I continued to put one foot in front of the other. I maintained my self-care routine, allowed emotions to flow, and reminded myself this would change.

One thing I can count on, nothing stays the same.

One morning, when I was feeling particularly heavy, one of my beloved friends sent me a text to connect and share the love. Then another friend sent me a text with a wonderful piece of information. Then another friend sent me a text to get together. And another friend did the same. I had a great meeting with two amazing colleagues and last but not least, my boyfriend sent me sweet messages throughout the day.

The love was pouring in for me on a day I truly needed it.

I could’ve ignored the message of love, support, and connection. If I had, my day would’ve been harder to get through. It’s a heavy feeling.

I chose to acknowledge the love though. My day lightened up.

Not to sound too woo-woo, but the universe was providing. I chose to listen and remembered I have so much to be grateful for.

I felt the love and support I have in my life. I felt deeply connected to loving people in my world. Some were local and others very far away.

I just had to take a moment to pause, notice, and listen to the messages of love, support, and connection I was receiving.

If you ever feel alone or heavy about circumstances in your world, I get it. I have been there not that long ago, like a few days ago.

When you’re in challenging times, this short practice might help.

  • Allow yourself to acknowledge that life isn’t always easy and you may be in a more challenging place. That’s ok.

  • Acknowledge what you have and who is in your life that loves and supports you.

  • Offer gratitude for yourself, what you have, and the people who love you (pets count).

  • Connect. Connect with someone you trust. Pet your dog or cat.

You’re not alone.

Simply take the time to pause, breathe, connect with yourself and your people.

Be well my friends.


p.s. Find your people on Monday evening at 5:30pm mountain time. I teach yoga to reduce stress and anxiety. Join online or in person at 1119 N. 7th Ave in Bozeman, MT. Sign up for class here.

Announcement: I'm changing location for the yoga class physical location. My last day at 1119 N. 7th Ave is April 18th. I’ll keep you posted on the new location. You can always join online.

p.s.s. Are you looking to ease suffering or pain? Do you want to create a meaningful change in your life? I offer individual yoga therapy sessions to support your wellness journey. Sign up here for a complimentary discovery call. After you fill in the form I will contact you to schedule the call.

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