Do you love yoga?
I do. And I’ve been reminded of it again in the last few weeks just how much I love it and how powerful a tool yoga has been in my journey through life. Especially during times of trials, tribulations, trauma and the rapid growth that often accompanies the 3 T’s.
What a rollercoaster few weeks it’s been here at the MacIntyre Malone residence!
We’ve been locked down, self isolating, back to no childcare and in our little home which soon became a pressure cooker. There’s been powercuts, clients cut off mid coaching call, delays to our house extension being built and let’s not talk about the blocked and overflowing septic tank
Luckily I know and accept it all as part of the inevitable crumbling that happens when you set BIG new goals and intentions in your life so we’ve been taking each day as it comes and focusing on lots of time in nature and self care! I’ve also been leaning in to...
A mentor once told me your fears are the gatekeepers to your greatest gifts.
It resonated somewhere very deep within me - the way a truth you already know always does. Stirring an awakening in my restless soul.
Bit by bit over the last 5 years I have worked each and everyday to release the grip my fears used to have on me and watched in wonder as my life has completely transformed.
I’ve cried countless rivers of tears.
Let go of the people that I loved the most.
Become a mother to my incredible son.
Created a business that provides me with freedom AND enables me to do important and necessary work in the world.
And chosen ALWAYS to lean into my pain and discomfort in a bid to learn from it, understand it and through this process trust that it will pass.
I can confirm with confidence that it ALWAYS does. And leaves precious jewels of wisdom and guidance in its wake.