In this 30 minute meditation we will explore the virtue of hope. Through neuroscience we're discovering that what we practice, we become.
In this meditation, I wanted to explore the virtue of hope.
Through neuroscience we're discovering that what we practice, we become.
I talk about how I think hope is different from optimism, which I think CAN be about wishing. Wishing in a direction and then hopefully it will happen.
Hope is a choice; it's a courageous choice. Based in reality and based in action. Hope inspires action. It sees the darkness, it sees the struggle, and It also sees the good that is possible, it sees the fullest picture.
It inspires us into positive action. Hope is a muscle that we can strengthen.
This meditation is meant to cultivate hope and inspire action.
It's meant to help you continue to build up your hope. Then with hope to spare, help others build a future that is better than the present, safer, more kind, more symbiotic with our planet.
Our children deserve this from us AND we have the power to make great changes while we're on this earth.
Please if you feel called to join my earth week challenge, you can sign up here below:
Ally Boothroyd is a yoga educator and meditation teacher with a passion for yoga nidra and the healing power of conscious rest. She is the founder of Sarovara Yoga, a yoga space and women's retreat centre in Ontario, Canada. A sanctuary on the water where she fosters local community and supports health, personal growth, emotional resiliency, authenticity, awareness, and awakening. Ally also leads Retreats and Yoga Teacher Trainings in Nosara, Costa Rica
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