Where does your mind go?

Hi, I’m Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I’m a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union.

Where does your mind go when you are alone? 
When no one is around, when you are on your own. 
Does it go back to some far too familiar dark place, towards thoughts that you think you need to focus on? 
Is your mind conditioned to at some point in the personal space, turn towards something negative? 
As if you were looking for a worry. Looking for a problem. Looking for that thing that would need to be solved for you to be happy.. Would you even blame your bad habits on that?
Are you sticking to things that keep you from changing? Because, lets face it, isn’t it actually easier to stay within that zone than to make an effort to look at yourself?

Even though, probably, you don’t even realize that you are choosing to do so. You probably think its “the truth” and that The All Mighty has decided that this is who you are. 
Have you noticed that if you just sit and calmly observe the present moment, that instant which is happening right now, the worry has no place. If what seems to be “The Problem” that keeps you from being happy isn’t actually in the present moment, why would it be the determining factor of your life situation? 


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