Your breath connects the world within you with the world around you, and breath work can be the tool you use to link your own rhythms and the world’s rhythm so you live in flow instead of chaos.
When you learn to anticipate your highest energy times, you can truly get the most stuff done in your personal or work life without feeling like you’re hustling all the time.
When you feel the shift in energy that comes after feeling an inward pull or lower emotional time, you could be moving into Phase 2 of your Energetic Rhythms Cycle; here’s how you can maximize the energy you have so you remain focused and energetic with your time.
There are so many techniques out there that you can use to feel settled and reconnect with your highest self, but hands down, the best way I believe to do this, is yoga.
Learn how use your action-oriented nature to plan your next vacation or trip so you don’t end up feeling like you need to take a vacation from your vacation.
The first step to getting to know your own energetic rhythms is to track them! Your body’s rhythms show you exactly when to rest and when to take action so you don’t have to overthink life and work.
What exactly are your energetic rhythms? And how can they help you shift out of distraction, chaos, and burnout and into optimal productivity, balance, and focus, without giving up your action-oriented nature?
Rather than live in the work-produce mode of operation that society teaches you to live in, which leaves you either feeling stuck or burnt out, consider if you lived instead with the natural rhythms that are around you in every day life? That’s what cyclical living is all about and it’s what I’m talking about in today’s episode.