Thank you to my friend Kathleen for introducing me to the Power of She site by Athleta.
This interview and video below is EVERYTHING! I am completely inspired! Today is my new day.
I read this article not once, but twice. The second time was at 5:00 AM this morning and I immediately starting taking notes (after making my first pot of coffee of course).
“Today is a new day and I am newly awakened in it. I believe with dauntless faith that my good in full measure comes to be from God today.” Whatever your faith, say something positive to yourself first thing in the morning and throughout the day. It tunes your energy so you can ATTRACT good.
At the age of 98…yes I said that correctly, 98, Tao (featured picture above and video below) is the world’s oldest yogi. She and Dr. Terri Kennedy travel the world and inspire women and impact the lives of women across the globe.
How To Begin And End Every Day With Positivity
The Power of She calls women and girls to come together and embrace the best parts of themselves and each other. When we empower each other, we position our sisterhood for greatness. Below, the world’s oldest yogi and her spiritual soulmate share what they’ve learned about positive affirmation from their travels across the globe inspiring and impacting the lives of women.
Tao, a 98-year-old yogi, says she loves to start each day by telling herself, “This is going to be the best day of my life.” It’s an attitude she and her yogi partner, Terri, seem to have mastered. Below, they share how we can all bring more positivity into our lives.
Q: Instead of looking in the mirror and picking ourselves apart, what should women focus on when studying their reflections?
TAO + TERRI
Every morning, look in the mirror — into your own eyes — and tell yourself, “I love you.” When you study your reflection, focus on your favorite feature. Then, embody the attitude of gratitude by affirming at least three things for which you are grateful. It may simply be for waking up that day!