Be Still and Know...

What I am about to say may not have a lot to do with entrepreneurship…or maybe it does.

Julie Branham of Lifted Life Yoga

Do you suffer from the same condition as I? Just getting your brain to slow down can be draining, taxing or exhausting. You have so many ideas and things that “have” to get done and you wonder where the time in the day went when it’s only 2-o’clock.

I can’t tell you how many times I have told myself that I need to get into meditation. Maybe just start with 1 minute a day and then work my way up from there. I go to the gym at least 5 days a week; which if I didn’t I would be wound so tight my strings would snap…literally. I think that I have the physical thing down pretty well but what about the mental or emotional? How balanced can you be if only one area is getting most or all the attention? The questions that I have asked are just some questions that I ask myself.

Today I found some relief.

I have some friends in Alpine UT., Julie Branham and Linda Black, who own Lifted Life Yoga. If you have not checked them out, do yourself a favor and do it. They recently came out with a short picture video, put it to music, which calms my soul.

Take a look, comment and share. Be your best. Namaste

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Comments

  1. I’m with you here Kyle, as this is a subject I’ve been thinking about and know it would help. I own a sauna, so the two go together perfectly, but I still have a long ways to go.

    Very cool video. :)

  2. The most important information I’ve learned in business is to direct your thoughts. Meditation is one way of exercising that focus and honing in on what truly matters in your business and in your life. You get what you think. Think big!

  3. My teachers Linda and Julie . Yoga and meditation have been so amazing for me in my life. It’s hard to put it into words. It speaks to people differently so go and see what’s there for you..everything great in life beckons “practice” Enjoy…

  4. Juliebranham says:

    It doesn’t take much to create calm. Just sit, breath and notice the subtle. One step further would be to stay this present even when your ingaged in an activity. Make the biggest shifts in your life through yoga:)

  5. hey Kyle
    how are you doing in 2011? Happy New Year:) I know the symptoms of having “too much to do, and not enough time…”. It is unnecessary, waste of energy. Have you done any exercises that would help you improve your concentration? there is a 2 minute strategic exercise- take a piece of paper, draw a dot in the middle, and starre at it for at least 2 minutes, every single day…and it works.
    All the best, Martyna

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