We hope you are having a bright and joyful day. Remember the most important relationship is the one you have with yourself. Never fight anything. At occassions when you feel discomfort with your own alignment stop for a second. Take a deep breath and search for the answers within. Do not ignore the bad feelings because they are there to tell you something. Learn from them. Take each opportunity universe is providing you with to grow and become the better you. Always try to turn it around to your favour. The continous self development you are undergoing is worthwile. The hidden answers are there for you to be found. It is the gate way to your thriving life. Quite your mind, give love and say thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. We want to inspirit you to continue with your meditation practice. The time you set for your meditation is going to be worth it. We are thrilled that so many of you are joining us during May Meditation Month.We also have something we have to admit to you. We have an addiction. We are obsessed with Coconut Water. It is definitely one of Nature´s most refreshing drinks in our opinion. It is also nurturing your body with incredible health benefits so we figured to share some of them with you now when we have confessed our coconut craziness.
Coconut Water is:
- Rich in e.g. calcium, iron, phosphorus, natrium and potassium as well as minerals like zink, selen, iodin, magnesium and B-vitamins.
- A great source of electrolytes, such as potassium, which is vital for appropriate hydration of your body.
- Alkalizing the pH-level in your body.
- Boosting the immune system, being anti-bacterial and anti-fungal.
Since the Coconut Water is so good for rehydration we often drink it after our Bikram Yoga. The Coconut Water should of course not replace water so make sure you drink plenty of pure water during the day as well. What more can we say. Get your hands on a Coconut Water and enjoy the tropical fluid nourishing you.
Today´s powerful words once again by the man in our lives Echart Tolle:
“Imagine the Earth devoid of human life, inhabited only by plants and animals. Would it still have a past and a future? Could we still speak of time in any meaningful way? The question ‘What time is it?’ or ‘What’s the date today?’ — if anybody were there to ask it — would be quite meaningless. The oak tree or the eagle would be bemused by such a question. ‘What time?’ they would ask. Well, of course, it’s now. The time is now. What else is there?’”
Julie & Katrin