Failing at the things you believe in the most can crush your spirit. Regaining belief in myself and reducing the negative thoughts are definitely achievements of mine. I’ve noticed that by taking cold showers on a daily basis, I have less negative thoughts and certainly less fear.
You’ve probably come across this phrase: “Where the focus goes, energy flows.” When I first heard it, I noticed that more than 50% of my self-talk is negative Why was this happening? I’m a yogi. I “have” to be positive. But I’m also a human. And I guess it’s normal to think negatively sometimes.
Being aware of our thoughts, both conscious and unconscious, will help us attract the things we want in life. Because our thoughts are pure energy. Remember that! How do you feel most of the time on a daily basis?
We as a whole know the advantages of working out consistently! Better body, better disposition, and a more drawn out, more beneficial life. Be that as it may, there’s something else I cherish about working out . . . it shows you so much yourself!
In the event that – like me – you’re a yogi young lady, you may know there are two fundamental physical concentrations in your training; solidness and adaptability. A few people are progressively adaptable, some are increasingly steady. Some have both, some none. That is all great in light of the fact that in yoga you’re preparing every one of them, as for your own constraints.
I’m overly adaptable, yet not all that steady; I can contact my knees with my nose, yet remaining on one foot for a large portion of a moment is a genuine (and baffling!) challenge for me. So I contemplated what this could state about my character. Possibly I’m simply entirely adaptable as an individual, yet not all that stable?
That is valid. I’m exceptionally quiet, and coexist effectively with the vast majority, however in the event that somebody says something that finds me napping, I can truly get resentful. What’s more, I discovered the equivalent about my lady friends. You have the stable – can’t upset, constantly quiet, Hakuna Matata young ladies – and the adaptable ones, who can fix anything, similar to everybody and eat everything and so on.
The beneficial thing is; in case you’re dealing with one of those viewpoints in your physical practice, I feel like a similar work completes rationally. By taking a shot at your body, you can adjust your character as well. When I’m accomplishing more yoga, I feel a great deal more steady.
Also, I’ve gotten some information about this way of thinking . . . what’s more, they concur! Possibly you’re a sprinter or a kickboxing profession young lady. Do you feel like while you’re working out there are different things you’re taking a shot at as well?
1.Leftover blackened shrimp easy frozen stir fried veggies heated over medium heat for 6-8 minutes (I thaw them beforehand) with coconut aminos added to them. Sooo tasty
2.1 piece of salmon with a sprinkle of garlic powder, pepper, salt, and lemon squeezed on it cooked over medium heat for 3 mins on each side (get the pan hot first and add olive oil) + sautéed zoodles cooked for 3-4 mins over low medium heat in olive oil + 1/2 avocado
3.1 piece of skillet chicken leftover from a few meals ago (recipe a few posts back!) + easy broiled sweet potatoes + 1/2 avocado + tomatoes
4.leftover @eatbanza chickpea pasta with 1 tbsp of avocado oil + 1 tsp garlic powder + 1 tsp onion powder + sprinkle of red pepper flakes + leftover shrimp with @primalpalate new bae seasoning + sautéed mushrooms and spinach + 1/2 avocado
INGREDIENTS: * 12 ounces dried orecchiette * 1-15 ounce can chickpeas, rinsed and drained * 1/2 cup pitted Kalamata olives * 2 tablespoons tomato paste * 2 sprigs fresh rosemary * Pinch of red pepper flakes * 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt * 1/2 teaspoon black pepper * 3 tablespoons olive oil * 5 cups water * 1/2 cup grated Parmesan plus more for serving * 1 handful baby arugula * 1 cup halved cherry tomatoes * 1 tablespoon fresh chives
▶DIRECTIONS: 1. In a large sauté pan, add the orecchiette, chickpeas, olives, tomato paste, rosemary, red pepper flakes, salt, pepper, olive oil, and water. 2. Bring the mixture to a boil and cook for 10-12 minutes until the liquid has reduced into a sauce and the orecchiette is al dente. 3. Stir in the Parmesan, arugula, cherry tomatoes and chives. 4. Garnish with additional Parmesan before serving.
Light, fresh, and packed with powerful antioxidants, these rainbow veggie collard wraps are the perfect summertime lunch for work, a picnic, or the beach! – ▶Ingredients: * 4 large collard leaves * 1/2 cup hummus (any variety, store-bought or homemade) * 1/2 cup uncooked quinoa * 1 cup shredded carrot * 1 cup shredded cabbage * 1 avocado * 1/2 cup microgreens or sprouts * 1 batch lemon tahini dressing – ▶ Directions: 1. Cook quinoa according to package instructions (using a 1:2 ratio of quinoa to water. Or use veggie broth for more flavor). 2. Wash and dry the collard leaves. 3. Cut off the very bottom of the stem (where it meets the main leaf) and carefully slice off the top of the stem. 4. Add roughly 2 tbsp of hummus to the inner part (the outer part is darker if you’re unsure) a leaf and spread it out along the stem. 5. Add the cooked and cooled quinoa, 1/4 of the veggies, avocado, and microgreens if using. Feel free to also add the dressing to the inside of the wrap instead of just the outside. 6. Fold the bottom and top of the leaf in about 2 inches on top of the filling (see pictures). 7. Now, take the one side that hasn’t been folded, and roll it on top of the filling. 8. Tuck it in to keep the filling secure and keep rolling until you get to the end. 9. Cut the wrap in half and enjoy! .
With this recipe, you can jazz up a simple vegetable into high protein Zoodle pasta. – ▶Ingredients: 🔸2cups Zoodles (you can buy either pre-made at stores or make your own with a spiralizer) 🔸4oz Grilled/Baked Chicken breast 🔸A handful of fresh Cilantro 🔸1/2cup Tomato sauce – ▶Directions: 🔸Prepare chicken breast first and foremost by either baking or grilling. Cut or shred into thin slices & set aside. 🔸Preheat frying pan medium to high heat with a drizzle of coconut oil 🔸Transfer the zoodles into the pan and cook gently for 2minutes. 🔸Put your favorite tomato sauce in and cook for another 2 minutes. 🔸 Towards the end, mix in the prepared chicken breast pieces and stir gently. 🔸serve with fresh cilantro and other herbs/spice of your choice! • •
What you need: . 2 lbs sweet potatoes peeled and sliced into 1/2-inch thick sticks 1 Tbsp cornstarch 1 tsp salts 1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper 1 tsp paprikas 1/2 tsp garlic powder 2 1/2 Tbsp olive oil . How you make it: . Preheat oven to 425 degrees, and place a rimmed 18 by 13-inch baking sheet in oven to preheat as well.
In a small mixing bowl whisk together cornstarch, salt, pepper, paprika, and garlic powder. Place sliced sweet potatoes in a large mixing bowl. Toss sweet potatoes with olive oil then pour cornstarch mixture over sweet potatoes and toss to evenly coat. Remove baking sheet from oven then pour sweet potatoes onto a baking sheet and spread into an even layer working to keep a little space between them (careful pan will be hot!). Bake in preheated oven 15 minutes then remove from oven and toss and spread into an even layer again. Return to oven and bake until fries are golden brown in spots, about 10 minutes longer. Serve warm with fry sauce (see notes in post for fry sauce recipe) or ketchup if desired.