Do you have direction, do you feel inspired, do you have a dream? It doesn’t matter who you used to be. What matters is who you decide to be today. You are not your past, you are offered a new opportunity to live your life more fully with every breath in every moment. You can choose to decide and act differently, in a way that supports your passions. idea’s and what you are truly capable of. Yoga and Meditation invite silence and quieten the mind, which literally taps us in to a deeper state of consciousness, giving us clarity, a new perspective, insight, ideas and clear vision. Over time this can help us to change our lives for the better, giving us the will to overcome our own reality, limited beliefs, (our mind’s restrictions, perhaps instilled in us from an early age about how life is supposed to be), literally enabling us to achieve our dreams, aspirations and goals.What rocks your world, what inspires you, what are you passionate about?I dare you to let go of self doubt, I dare you to have the courage to feel empowered, be creative, playful and even a little wild.

I dare you to listen to your inner mentor instead of your inner critic so that you can be who you really want to be.Keep your vision alive every day, don’t want it too quickly or over strive for it, be patient but commit, give yourself full permission to work towards it – A dream affords you excitement and freedom!

You are no less than, you are more than enough, no one else is going to build the life that you want – so what are you waiting for


Love B xxx
Dream Road – A poem by Tara Sophia Mohr
Being on the road to our dreams means:
We’ve found the courage to articulate them.
We’ve pulled them out from being buried in our guts and spoken them, even if only to ourselves.
Being on the road to our dreams means:
We’ve said: this dream is worthy.
Worthy of my time, my energy, my best effort.
I will host it, I will welcome it,
I will keep the kindlings going for the fire.
Being on the road to our dreams means:
Keeping the vision alive in our minds.
Returning, again and again, to the imagined future, and letting its image guide us.
Being on the road to our dreams means:
We’ve said: I’m in. I’m in for this project.
I will try. I will work toward it.
I will be my own friend in this way.
Freedom comes when we step, with both feet, onto the road toward our dreams not when we reach the destination.
That’s when the joy and the poignancy and the lightness of heart arrives.
When we step, wholeheartedly with both feet with permission and with surrender onto the road of our dreams.