So here you are…

At this point in your life you are either seeking a way to get through your bulimic behavior, or you are already recovered and want to keep in that way.  Either way it’s so important to Stay On Course.  But how do you stay on course?  As a human being you must have ways to keep you on track, to keep you on track, to help you be the best you can be.  That is why my husband, children and I began practicing Kundalini Yoga.  Every day before the day begins we practice yoga, we stretch into our body glove, and we get our spirit ready for this day ahead of us.

For me it’s so important, I needed something to help me rise above the painful clenching emotions and thoughts which kept me binging and purging over and over again.  I needed something to break the patter so I could Stay On Course.

Think for a moment…

How can you stay on course?

What can you do for yourself each and every day so you have the upper hand on your bulimic behavior?

When I discovered how great yoga was for my family and I, I started a daily practice.  Each morning I woke up a half hour earlier.  I found a nice spot in our home and did some yoga.  Over the years I’ve added waking up at 4 or 5am to do yoga because the earth feels so calm and quiet.  I do yoga and a small meditation.  Sometimes I stay awake and sometimes I fall back asleep for a hour after I’m done.

By doing this I am setting myself up for the day, aligning my body and mind so I can make good choices and experience more joy in my life.

A great book you should pick up if you want to educate yourself in yoga is, Kundalini Yoga by Shakta Kaur Khalsa.

To conclude, please take some time to think this over.  Ask yourself, “What can I do to stay on course?”  Come up with some ideas and try them on for size.  You can do this!

With love,

Guru Shakti

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