“I fear not the man who has practised 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man that has practised 1 kick 10,000 times”
Like a proper butterfly I relised I was trying to take on way too many things in a day. I wanted to do it all and kept taking on more and more. Every time I would meet someone doing something interesting I would add it to the list of things I wanted to do in my day. I laugh at myself when I look over my list and its quite comical but the things I wanted to do in a day included:
Yoga, Adi Shakti meditation, gratitude list, vision boards, kayla fitness programme, vishwa meditation, supplements, water, food, this new kundalini kriya that inspired me, dojo diary, dojo audios, money manfiestation audios, some other vedic mantra audios, talk to Ganesh, do my daily diary journalling, read every single book anyone every recommends to me, shambhavi Isha practise, and then of course all my business actions.
Its great because it means I am passionate and open minded but not great because at the end of the day I was left feeling upset for not getting it done, and a bit disempowered. Not cool…
Atfter an insightful conversation with Raghav Parkash I committed to saying no to certain things on this list and then really committing to taking certain things on. Giving my word to doing those things very well and seeing it through daily. My new list includes:
Daily Yoga, shambhavi, supplements, water intake and good food, daily journalling, 15 minutes of reading, work actions and planning the next day.
By giving my word and honouring it, I feel so much more focused and clear. By saying No to certain things I am able to go deeper with my Yes with what I commit to. I feel so much more centered and grounded. I trust that I will follow through this daily and I do it.
What are your daily habits? Can you clarify and commit to them and go deeper? What impact will this have over time?