I keep watching The Secret and just re-watched part of What the Bleep do we Know and I am so inspired by these films. And I realize that with all of this you "create your own reality" - based on what we put in our thinking minds, that it can be a little skewed. It is ultimately true that we "attract what we vibrate" and that we should be more positive about our vibrations. But as Ken Wilbur says, it is more apt to say that we "co-create" reality. "Psychotics create their own reality," he says. The rest of us co-create.
So somewhere in the consciousness, I have always wanted to open a yoga center. That is, ever since I got HIT with the yoga bug that has since become my entire LIFE. But who came up with this idea in the first place?
Thankfully, I realize that a lot of these ideas are not mine - not mine completely. A wonderful blessing occurs when things happen almost, it feels, especially with Mudita Yoga Center, spontaneously. Of course, Shawn and I put in quite a bit of work - because we are just wired that way. But there's an ease. This ease is always what's behind any sweet venture, action, relationship and event that is "meant to be."
I'm not saying that difficult moments aren't "meant to be." Of course they are - they wouldn't be around if they were not "meant to be." It's just that somewhere in our souls, when a difficult situation arises, we always want to push through it, move it, make it go away. Whereas, when situations, relationships, events arise that are filled with ease and light, we simply are ONE with it. We don't want or lack for anything. We are simply in divine alignment.
Now, I'll have to say that it does take a little bit of WORK to be in divine alignment. The work comes in sitting, meditating, releasing and letting go inside. These WORK practices I call yoga - but really - anything where you become completely in the moment, in the NOW is yoga. And when we are in the NOW, then we can truly co-create reality, rather reality being created for us.