Fear. Something I used to hate, and am learning to love. What is it about that uneasy feeling that we all hate so much and try and avoid? Fear is good, actually very good. When you can learn to manage it and use it to your advantage — it adjusts your perspectives on new things, old things, easy things and even the things you once thought were terrible or scary.
The best thing about it though?
When you can learn to work with fear, instead of against it, the biggest impact and change it will have on you is the shift in perspective towards the accomplishments you will strive to achieve.
Bigger, greater, grander, and much more rewarding!
Remember, you can’t kill fear, but you can diminish it. Respect its limits and respect its time. Work for patience, a little bit of progress each day, and most importantly not to stress perfection throughout the journey as a whole. Find a way to track your progress so you can sit back and appreciate the steps you have ALREADY taken vs. flustering over the many challenges and steps that may lie ahead. #fearless #friyay @yogainspiration @aloyoga @yogadailypose @yogalifeposts #yoga #travel #yogabook #norway #holmenkollen #travelbook #yogi #fear #strength