Do you feel you have lost the magic ingredient of life?

Some people might call it  Motto. Basically is something linked with excitement, with motivation, with having goals and dreams.

Many people around the world have lost this magical ingredient. It is something that can happen to anyone and you won’t notice it until you feel depressed.

When you have something to look for, something to look forward to, we feel that we have a sense of purpose. This, together with feeling secure, feeling loved and happy are the basic ingredients for an individual to love life and achieve personal goals.

One of the things that perhaps most of us do, is to be attached to end the result, to the expectation of how something will be. This is something that makes us live in the future, not in the present. We seem incapable to do something and enjoy while we are doing it, we are most of the times just imagining how it will be when it’s finished. Most of the times, what this brings is dissatisfaction and frustration.

One way to balance things out is to be grateful for the things that we have, the things that we do, the little things that make you happy, be thankful for them. Make a list of all the good things that have happened to you, the things that we are grateful for along your life.

A second step into finding your motivation or purpose is to work your body and mind, kundalini yoga is an excellent source to deep dive into your inner self and discover through your new developed intuition and connection to your purpose in life.

Published by Dhyan Navjot Kaur

Mom of two. Homeschool mom. Master of Science, Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Divemaster & English Teacher. Insects for Feed Entrepreneur. I love learning and teaching what I know. My teaching love has extended in the areas of Science, English (ESL Certified Teacher), Diving (Dive Master YMCA and PADI), and Kundalini Yoga. Kundalini yoga has been my source of inspiration, energy, and guidance. The yoga programs are put together by me, Dyan Navjot Kaur (Suzzette Tamez-Cruz), a veteran yogi with 23 years of experience. I have taught in Mexico, Sweden and Canada. Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher Level 1 [ROSS 2020EK21004416]. Working on Level 2 and 3. As a former Biologist, deep sea invertebrates and of course you need an oceanographic vessel to explore such depths. I had the honor to have worked with amazing people in the Atlantis II (WHOI, USA) and Justo Sierra (UNAM, Mexico). Back then, the Atlantis II was the home of the submersible “Alvin”, the same one that discovered the Titanic! Later in life, I went across the ocean, all the way to Sweden to obtain a master’s degree in Environmental Biotechnology. While I was there, I did a lot of cool experiments with mushrooms to decrease the cost of biogas production.

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