It’s at this stage in the year I start to look back and wish I had tracked all of the magical wins that I’ve had along the way.  I’m not talking the big hitters here, for they are usually so memorable we tend not to forget the likes of that huge career move or the purchase of a new home!  No, I’m talking about the little subtle things that unfold over the duration of the year that start to realise a manifested vision that you had about what it is you want to invite into your life.

I’m not going to pretend it’s all happened, the additional family member is a work in progress for example!  But, so much has that it’s almost freaked me out.  I now believe fully that doing the magic; the bit where you dare to vision, write it, feel it and imagine it as already existing in your life; actually works.  For me, the vision bit is the first step, the rest is a daily practice in coming back to the vision and putting into practice those things that will help to realise it.  Getting up ten minutes earlier so I can do a daily meditation practice, dancing like a loony with my toddler to the radio before breakfast so I feel the love that I want our family to be enveloped in, being present as I move through my daily interactions with loved ones and strangers alike, all of this helps to feed into a wider vision of moving through life feeling abundance rather than feeling like I’ve never got enough time, money or that in some way I’m not enough.

So, that’s why I love to use this time of year as a juncture to invite you to take stock of the year that you’ve had.  To be able to see where the highs and the lows were and to pause and suspend in a moment of reflection.  Asking yourself, what’s your default mindset?  Are you constantly feeling like life is a struggle and if so, notice if that’s being mirrored back to you through the events of the year you’ve had.  Or, are you a glass half full person and you regularly experience what others call luck!  It so often is a case of what we put in, we’ll get back.  Try walking down the street with a frown and 99% of people will frown back at you, but walk down the street smiling and most people will smile with you.

The next part of this self-reflection is about letting go.  This process of non-attachment is about not letting the successes or perceived failures define you but rather seeing it all as an opportunity for personal growth.  Maybe you need to let go of the fear of failure or the need to be always doing in order to move towards the life you dare to dream of?  There is always so much to learn in those moments when life doesn’t go to plan.  The biggest lesson for me is in those moments, is about learning to trust. To trust that if I have a vision, do my daily practice that feeds my vision, if I keep doing the magic and if I believe I deserve what I am asking for, then all is coming.  And even if it doesn’t all happen, at least I’ve enjoyed life far more believing that it just might!

So, for all of you believers and non-believers alike, I invite you to join me in the run up to 2019, for a very special manifestation workshop.  Be prepared to vision big for yourself and who knows what exciting developments might be coming your way in 2019.  Full details below.

De-stress and Manifest Your Best Year Yet – 3rd Feb (new date!)

Join me on the yoga mat as we celebrate and let go of the triumphs and trials of 2018 and stride into the New Year with vision and vigour.

9:30am-12 noon OMH Therapies, 1a Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh.  www.omhtherapies.com 

£25 Includes vegan sweet treat.
At this special time of year of rebirth and possibility, come and let go of the stress that holds you to the past and manifest the magic that will see you flow into the fabulous year that you deserve.

Through intent, yoga ceremony, breath, asana (poses), partner work and hands on assists, this workshop aims to leave you feeling physically and emotionally lighter, more spacious, stronger and therefore more connected to your own powers of manifestation. Shifting you from patterns of fear and scarcity to ones of abundance and gratitude. The poses will concentrate on releasing areas prone to stress such as the neck, jaw, shoulders and back with a strong emphasis on connecting to intent, breath and core.

This workshop is part of a series that is heavily influenced by the teachings of Forrest Yoga and Forrest Yoga Guardian, Jambo Truong, that have helped me deeply in my own journey towards healing.

“Holding on is believing there’s only a past; letting go is knowing there’s a future.” Daphne Rose Kingma.

Exchange: £25.  To secure your spot and if you have any questions email contact@carolineyoga.co.uk

*Workshop numbers will be kept low to ensure individual attention.

Can’t wait to see you all there…

**For any cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case I will refund the fee (less a 10% admin fee). If the workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event.**