I used to be that yogi that found waking up a struggle, midday always found me crashing, and come nighttime I was alert and restless. Well, all that is in the past ever since I reset my clock with some simple morning routines. Did you know that according to the Ayurveda, if you want to feel great all day and have excellent health, you need to be in tune with nature’s cycles? This means that you have to energetically and literally rise and set with the sun. In fact, Ayurvedic tradition asserts that following the dinacharya (a set of regular morning and nighttime routines) will result in sustainable, focused, and calm energy that will make it easier to do yoga and go through your day. Here is how you go about making a yogi self-care routine:
uncomfortable or unsettling feelings like anxiety, fear, or discouragement.
In addition, this exercise also makes it possible to make a determination of whether what is bothering you is only minor, or whether it deserves that much thought. Next, I will ask the question- Is there anything I can do to change it? If yes, why worry? If no, why worry? You can use some of the following tips to also help you work through any negative thoughts or patterns.
“My word today is compassion. I declare that I will love myself this day. I will only make the best of this day if my yogi self care routine is compassionate towards my body and mind.”