“Be a lamp to yourself. Be your own confidence. Hold on to the truth within yourself as to the only truth.”
Yesterday as I was walking down Pearl Street in Newton Massachusetts toward Prana Power Yoga Newton, one of my students approached me, introduced herself, and asked, "Taylor, how do I heal from a broken heart?"
Broken hearts suck don't they?
There's just no way around that fact.
Some people think that because I teach about the law of attraction and creating your BEST LIFE EVER, I am advocating repression and denial.
Remember, I am trained as a clinical psychologist and personally healed from a very traumatic childhood. Depression and denial don't work. It's important to feel your feelings and be real.
In my humble opinion, healing from a broken heart – and there are many different kinds of broken hearts – is eased a lot by a regular yoga practice.
No matter who you are and what type of broken heart you are grieving and healing from, your practice will help.
Yoga saved my life and continues on a daily basis to help me to be the very best person, parent, teacher, partner, friend, sister and daughter I can be. Yoga doesn't make you perfect – of course not. But it helps you to heal from pain and walk with integrity, Grace, ease and joy on this earth.
Have the best day ever!
Taylor plus 5