“Run from what’s comfortable. Forget safety. Live where you fear to live. Destroy your reputation. Be notorious. I have tried prudent planning long enough. From now on I’ll be mad.” Rumi
Today is the day of my return flight back home. I have been in Bali for 2 months. But I am not boarding my flight. I somehow knew from the beginning that I wouldn’t be on that plane. My heart is yearning for more freedom. More adventures. More of that free spirit that I have been experiencing in the past 2 months. I know deep down that I need to listen to that voice whispering to me to keep going, to trust life, to trust the Universe. To keep flying in the direction of my dreams and see the beauty and gift of the present moment.
I have not much of a plan. To be honest, it’s a bit overwhelming. At least that’s how I feel today. I think I’m just starting to process this whole Yoga Teacher Training that ended a few weeks ago. The bubble. The amazing souls united in the rice fields, all here for the same reason. To find our purpose, to live a life in alignment with our heart, and spread the love of yoga, of life. It’s hard to find the right words to describe the connection, the inner work, the magic, the life transformation that we’ve all been through together. Everyone has been a teacher. They’ve all enriched my life immensely and I couldn’t be more thankful. I will always cherish this time. I look back and can finally connect the dots, the life events in the past few years, the people who showed up in my life. Everything makes sense. It’all coming together. They all brought me here, to this moment right now. I am grateful for all of them. I feel like the Universe sprinkled fairy dust over me and that magic is happening in my life. I guess that’s the feeling you get when your dreams come true, when you step outside of your comfort zone. I’ve dreamt of this moment, where I would have the courage to do what I love, to fly out of the cage and breathe and live my freedom. To trust that my heart knows the way, even when my mind is trying to take control. I’m living each day fully, not knowing which day of the week it is, not knowing where I’ll be in a month, in a week or even tomorrow. Experiencing the beauty of life, just as it is. No filter. No expectations.
This yoga experience has been a wild heart opening made of magical moments, where people you just met becomes family. Understanding each other without even saying a word. A smile, a hug, a look, a shared experience will do.
I’ve set the bird free, I’ve welcomed the lion in me. I recognized and welcomed my free spirit. Now it’s time to spread my wings and fly.
“You have escaped the cage. Your wings are stretched out. Now fly.” Rumi
Now time to watch the sunset, to live the present moment.