trusting myself.

There are always mental hurdles in wheel poses for me.

After years and years of practicing it, I still struggle to trust myself.

Often, before pressing all the way off the ground, I rock up onto and pause on my head, just to make sure I have it in me.

But today, lifting off felt good and smooth, and I didn’t tap my head.

And like every time I practice – every time I confront that which causes me fear – layers of doubt and fear and insecurity come off, and I learn to trust myself more and more.

And in a weird way, this deepening trust in my body becomes a deepening trust in my SELF. In my intuition, in my truth, in my wisdom, in my experience.

And THAT is magic

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