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I have always loved the word "Warrior". Maybe it's my Danish, Viking roots, but to me, it denotes strength, courage, and power.

I suppose the negative connotation of a Warrior, is that they need to work, fight, or push in order to become the victor.

While I am a big believer that life doesn't always need to be hard, there will be times when we feel as if we are fighting an uphill battle that pushes us to our limits. When we commit to growth, expansion, and evolution, there will be discomfort but most of us have come to understand with experience, that just past the discomfort, is an exciting new world waiting for us.

A Spiritual Warrior is one who commits to their best life and is willing to do pretty much anything to feel better.

They understand that they deserve to live fully, with inspiration, fulfillment, love, vitality, and abundance and that their dreams for a better life, are available to them, just outside of their comfort zones.

The Warrior continues to seek new avenues for growth until they find what works. Because even though they feel weak and ready to give up at times, deep down, they have faith that better days are ahead.

Breathwork is just one of many tools to help people move through the fear, angst, and numbness, into a whole new chapter of being. And with Breathwork, the first few minutes will feel like work. But like most difficult tasks in life, the results that we receive far outweigh the effort that we put in.

Here are some reflections for you today:

  • What do you really want in your life? Get specific.

  • What do you feel is preventing you from having it all?

  • Are you willing to change your language to stop using words like fear, fight and hard work?

  • Can you take little steps each day to gradually move yourself outside of your comfort zone?

  • Recall a time when you did something new. How did you feel once you accomplished it?

  • Are you willing to own your Inner Warrior and acknowledge all that you have made it through?

  • Can you re-program your mind to see fear and discomfort as exciting opportunities for growth?

I know first hand what it's like to feel powerless. The constant fight against an invisible force that seems to work against us, can feel exhausting. But I also know what it's like to feel powerful and connected! And I know that you do too. You have simply forgotten or lost sight of your inner Warrior. The good news is that your Warrior is always here waiting patiently for you to embody them! They are calling for you to recognize your innate strength, unique gifts, and magnetic voice in the world.

Our natural state is that of a Warrior with potent and life-changing energy that can not only transform our own life for the better, but the entire world and every person that we touch.

That's the truth of who you are. Now doesn't that feel good?

Love, Jay

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