Being courageous is as easy done as it is said. You are full of more courage than you think.
Thinking of a courageous person, we tend to think of people who do unbelievably, unattainably, and almost unearthly acts.
Courage has two definitions that embodies what it really means. It’s the ability to do something that frightens you, and it is strength in the face of pain or grief.
Now let’s think of ourselves. What have we done this past week that was courageous? There has to be at least one thing you can think of.
On my end, I had a week filled with shortly being under the weather, having many appointments, completing BBG workouts, going to yoga teacher training classes, and making time for people I care about.
Courage for me was continuing listening to my gut and completing my first full week of yoga teacher training.
A moment of mine this week was questioning how the heck I am going to be able to teach hour long classes by December. I also was scared by not knowing as much about yoga postures and poses as I thought I did.
As usual, I had to talk to that fearful me and encourage my courage. I am going to do this class afraid and leave the class a yoga teacher.
I am going to complete this training. I am going to soak in all of the information. I am going to come out more knowledgable about yoga.
We all are courageous people; we just don’t realize it. Each day and each week, we have fears of being able to complete tasks.
Thinking of a courageous person, I think of you. Each and every one of us has risen above and encouraged the courage inside of us.
If we don’t, then guess what? There is always a chance to do so. Such is life.