When I finish my morning routine after the kids leave for school (open windows, make beds, tidy up rooms, take previous days clothes down, sort by colour, start washing machine, take garbage out, clean kitchen, tic, tac, tic, tac ...), I have about an hour to surf the net before my Pilates class.
Whne I read Jamie´s question "What do you want to change?" for the Wednesday Wish Cast my first thought was ... Nothing! Polish? Yes. Make better? Sure! But radically change ... nothing.
I was happy. So happy. I was grateful. I truly experienced gratefulness. Grateful for my fire place that I saw upside down while exercising. It looked cute, even upside down, I love that fire place. Grateful for my silly dog that was making the Urdhva Mukha Svanasana (Upward Facing Dog) with me. Grateful for having found gratefulness.
And then it hit me. The first Inner Critic thought. Darn! Completely unexpected. In the middle of a yoga pose (the class after Pilates is yoga). And it took me down.
Downer than down. Bewildered for the change of pace. Fighting franctically for my wellness feeling again. And of course it hadto start to rain. And I ran around the house closing windows, yoga peace forgotten.
What do I want to change? That. The "you can´t feel that well for too long". Shoot.