Outside Your Comfort Zone

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”  Neale Donald Walsch

This quote came to me several times last week as well as the idea came up in conversation.   I do believe that this holds true for me.  When I push myself to do things that are uncomfortable like, teaching a yoga workshop or teaching yoga to a new population or zip lining.  I feel energized and very empowered.   Believe me while I climb the ladder to the task, I am very nervous and even a little squeamish but then I get to the top and know, there is no turning back and feel a sense that I will be alright.  Then I step off the top and glide through, flying to a new level of myself, maybe to a place of a little more self-confidence and a little less fear to face the next great adventure, like making a DVD. YIKES!

11 responses to “Outside Your Comfort Zone

  1. so very true

  2. Gail Spirit Sky

    Hi Jenn,

    I love this pictureit should be the DVD coverjust what I needed to hearas I will be doing the big adventure of 10 hr. training on my own.

    Bless you and your Inspiration. Gail SS

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