It’s no secret anymore that to create magic in life, we have to be grateful.
If something doesn’t go according to plan, then it’s a good moment to be grateful twice and always be curious if the new development might actually be better in the long run.
Maybe it’s a powerful quantum leap to a different—and even more enjoyable—reality.
So we stay open and present in trust and faith.
Recently I met a friend who is facing a major transition, and I was reminded of a major moment in my own life. The 12-year-old memory of when I was trying to find a job flashed in front of me.
Thank you, thank you, thank you to the beautiful people who would not give me a job. Thank you.
Because of that experience, I am now a self-employed yoga teacher sharing my passion, love, enjoyment, and lightness. I am living the purpose of my soul—I deeply know that.
My first students just came to me. After yet another attempt to find work, I decided to take a massage course. During the course, we were practicing on each other and the girls were generously giving me compliments about my body.
They asked me what my secret was. I said, “Yoga every day, nothing else.”
“Can you teach us?” So, of course, I agreed.
My next step was to rent a dance studio and three years later I was jumping on an airplane to India. The universe did not give me what my mind wanted but, instead, gave me what my soul needed.
Thank you, magical world. I trust, I love, and I am grateful.
Sending all my love and gratitude from my heart to all my angels on this transformational path.