Maybe it’s confusion over which job you want.
Or whether or not to pursue a new relationship. It could be about whether to stay in your marriage. Maybe… it’s about whether to put your child in an extracurricular activity. Or maybe it’s confusion over what colour to dye your hair.
You may also be confused about the future of our society. Or maybe about how to support, motivate and inspire others. Maybe you’re experiencing confusion over your life’s purpose – why you’re here – a statistically improbable rare one of billions.—-
Whatever the case may be, confusion is neither wrong nor right. —
“I need time for my confusion. Confusion can be a cue that there’s new territory to be explored or a fresh puzzle to be solved.” Adam Grant, author Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know—
At what point, though, is confusion debilitating… paralyzing. Making it so we sit in inaction for days, months, years or decades in this human experience.
I sat with and accepted my confusion this week – here’s what I found out: It was necessary to sit in the struggle with it and it was also imperative to move through it to a place of grounded choice through yoga and meditation.
I invite you to sit with self, regardless of what emotion you find yourself in.
Join me at Country Cabin Yoga – a non judgmental space for you to accept yourself exactly as you are, then act from a place of grounded choice.