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In yoga we talk a lot about setting intentions. That when you set an intention for your practice, like approaching yourself with loving-kindness or following your breath as you go through your postures, you set yourself up for a more meaningful and engaging experience. This, I think, is true off the mat as well and I invite you all to set an intention off of the yoga mat this week. If you want more information about setting an intention, check out this post:

http://njosefbeck.com/intentionmonday-how-to-set-intention/

Namaste! :)

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Stories (9)

  • Jelena Woehr

    For instance I can't change that I left my calligraphy pen at home, but I can use a highlighter temporarily instead... :)

  • Brittney Boudwin

    I'm opening up myself to interruptions and accepting them as important parts of my projects this week. I often find myself diving in on a task and not coming up for air for a very long time. In order to do this, I ignore the outside world. I often find myself rejecting potentially useful and enjoyable interruptions, and feeling frustrated because of it. I intend to embrace any and all interruptions this week as opportunities to breathe!

  • Heather Kirk

    Sometimes it seems so easy to pass through life on autopilot. I have a big dream to start my own sustainable business. This week, I intend to take a small but concrete step forward every day toward achieving this goal.

  • Lee Fatone

    I, like many, have a tendency to overanalyze every little thing, and if I feel like I could have done something better, or handled a problem differently, I dwell on it. Allowing myself to remain in that negative headspace is not healthy or productive. So my (post-it) intention this week is to just stop.

    I am human. I will make mistakes. I intend to learn from them and move forward instead of letting them drag me down.

  • Ben Goldhirsh

    my intention for this week is staying level - not getting to fired up or too fired down - but moving with a bit of grace and still trying to bring the grind to effort.

  • N Beck

    In my yoga practice off the mat, I'm focusing currently on Ahimsa (or non-violence), and so my intention this week focuses on approaching myself and others with ahimsa and loving-kindness!