More change, how can we adapt again? can this be done again? YES!
We have to keep moving, in any environment, but it also doesn’t make any less of a challenge. This is still bloody hard.
I’ve tried to remind myself often that we always face changes, every day – same large, some smaller, but change is always there.
Taking on those changes one by one has had a massive difference in slowing the pace when things all around seem very hectic, leading to clearing the fogginess of this experience and being at greater peace.
That’s been reflected in my recent training. As I previously mentioned, we’ve become accustomed to just using what we have so, whilst the consistency is still there (which is what I can control) slowing the reps down to get a better stretch has been a great help lately.
Our challenge has been to figure out how to break that down in decisions throughout the day, it’s a further challenge to keep them small. To tackle doubt, anxiety and install belief to propel us ahead. It was quoted Daily Stoic this week “Am I in control here or my anxiety?…Is my anxiety doing me any good?”
I’m in control of my smaller and bigger choices in my environment that we are in. I try to slow down each process, piece by piece, so that it becomes clearer, day by day.
Best Wishes folks…
I also wanted to mention sonething that happened in the last week. I was saddened to read the inspirational Captain Sir Tom Moore had passed away. Reflecting on how his quest to make his steps around his home for others, to do the things he could to make a difference brought hope, belief and became a shining light to everyone.