Where are my fellow control freaks at?
Aham most likely a fellow pitta dosha as well..
Control can come in so many forms in our lives and how we do it to ourselves. Today I want to share a few lessons I've learned personally and observed in fellow pitta or control freaks.
- Giving birth the ultimate lesson in surrender
- Postpartum Healing are you a bounceback person or do you surrender
- Do you need to control all aspects of your families schedule, your agenda and have trouble asking for help?
- What I observe in fellow control minded personalities
How I started becoming okay with silence
Once I started practicing slowing down and pausing in my day. I didn’t feel the need to fill my class with the what’s next energy that can feel more Vata aggravating vs pacifying.
Ways I practiced pausing in my daily life:
💖Meditation and Pranayama
💖No radio in the car
💖Silent walks in nature
Control, Delegation, and Balance in Life and Work
|Andrea discussed the challenges of releasing control, drawing from their personal experiences. She highlighted how their need for control led to self-destructive behaviors and encouraged listeners to reflect on their own struggles with control. Andrea also shared their experiences with delegating tasks in their family and work life, acknowledging that they sometimes takes on tasks others could handle and could improve by delegating more. She emphasized the importance of balance, self-care, and reflection, and suggested that taking control in certain situations and delegating in others could be beneficial. Towards the end, she shared her approach to managing her workload by prioritizing three main tasks each day.
Postpartum Fitness and Control
|Andrea discussed her personal fitness routine and the challenges of postpartum recovery. She highlighted the importance of letting go of control and surrendering, especially during giving birth and postpartum. She shared her own experience with postpartum recovery and the struggle with regaining their pre-pregnancy fitness. Andrea also emphasized the need to accept the changes in their body and not try to rush the process. She urged her audience to reflect on their own lives and identify areas where they need to relinquish control.
Seasonal Living Winter Edition Announced
|Andrea announced the upcoming start of the Seasonal Living, Collective winter edition on January 15th. She highlighted the benefits of the program, including weekly Yoga sessions, one-on-one calls, bi-weekly group coaching calls, and full moon ceremonies.
Andrea emphasized the program's accessibility with various pricing options and support, and the small cohort size to foster community and connection among participants. She also mentioned the current early bird pricing, which lasts until January 1st, and encouraged those interested to check it out on their website.
If you feel ready to start embracing the stillness of winter and living in tune with the true energetics of the long winter months the Seasonal Living Collective is the place to be this winter season.
Join us for the 8 week Seasonal Living Collective winter experience. It is designed to help you become more in-tune with yourself, and help you embody Ayurvedic and yogic practices. You will learn how to connect to nature, your inner goddess, the moon, your divine self, and how to balance your ojas (vital energy).
I wanted to create this program to help women become more confident in listening to your intuition by using tools that have been at our disposal for centuries. In recent years we’ve forgotten our connection to the powers that lie deep in our bones and I want to help you awaken to your powers once again.
Early bird pricing lasts through January 1st. We officially start on January 15th!