What Handstand Practice is teaching me about life in general.
Funky handstand, I know, but...
For me the practice actually taught me a lot on a meta level.
What is my motivation in the practice?
Is it the outcome that I want? A handstand.
Or is it being curious about what I can learn in the process to get there? - It reminds me of "failing forward".
The practice, the progress, the fallback, the easy wins, the failures, the try again - the balance. The habit to show up and not give up.
Trust in you!
It is a bit like in life, no?
Overall not giving up, staying dedicated and also applauding me when it did not work, keep motivating myself.
Showing Up - for my practice, for my goals, for my path, me - and if things are out of balance - still keep on, recreating balance.
For me, focusing on the little progress is what counts to make a big change.
What challenge are you turning into a habit of showing up and failing forward?