There’s always a way to do what you want to do in your body. Which means there is nothing wrong with your body.

Have you ever put yourself in a position where you can’t move, and then get mad at your body for being so immovable? Do you ever hit walls where you think to get anywhere with this body, I just have to push and it’s not going to feel good?


There’s nothing wrong with you.
There’s everything right with you.


A friend of mine recently asked, “How long does it take to get there?” Practicing ease to accomplish challenging things sounds nice. But at first it’s not easy, right?

Well, maybe. But in a way, if we’re just easygoing when things are really no problem, and shift to all our old habits when things aren’t easy, then we might be missing half the cookie. And it’s the good half. It’s the half of the cookie that lets us handle anything there is in life, simply by knowing ourselves, working with what we’ve got, and believing that’s enough. More than enough. That’s one heck of a cookie.

Here’s the best part. It takes absolutely no time at all to get there — to be easy in you — because “there” is exactly where you are. It’s a really good place to go. Ready? You’re there.

Ok that’s nice. But what happens when you just don’t feel like you’re anywhere close to easy? What happens when you don’t really believe anything real can be gained except by struggling, because life is just plain hard?



Relax every inch of you. Enough that when you roll around your hips and belly, the rest of your body moves easily along for the ride.



Use extra-deep, extra-long breaths to fill up and feel through everything you can feel in your body.


Make friends with your body

Relaxed, breathing deep, start exploring and feeling your way around you. Get to know what you’ve got.

You can practice this on your hands and knees, just rolling your hips around and letting the rest of your body go where it wants to go. When you find a spot that feels good to linger, linger and breathe there. When you want to move, move.

You can carry this into your running, your sports, your work, how you move a glass of water across a counter. Knowing yourself, getting good at working with what you’ve got, you’ll find that hard things just aren’t so hard any more. You’ll find that you’re more than enough, for everything there is.

From a relaxed place, you can move easily into you. From breathing deep, you’re going to feel much more than usual. You’ll start to feel not just stress, but everything your body is telling you. When you feel, you can’t help but become your own best caregiver. Because you want to feel good. And you have a way to get there.


From a relaxed place you can move easily into you.

You start to feel not just stress,
but everything your body is telling you.


So move easy exactly where you are, without a big THERE to get to. One day at time, one move at a time, that easygoing territory expands without limit. Your energy becomes inexhaustible. You inspire yourself. You inspire everybody.


Change your mind about your body
to change your body.

Change your mind about your life
to change your life.


– by Mike


About Strala Training

Strala uses yoga, tai chi, and traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine, to help people live radiantly healthy and inspiring lives. It begins with a mindset, that says our best way to get where we’re going is to feel good along the way. It also works miracles for whole health, by helping us learn to bring our entire self into everything we do, unblock energy where it’s stuck, and move more naturally and efficiently through challenge.

In our Strala Training Courses, you learn to shape your destiny on every level that counts, from your psychology, chemistry and neurology, to your chromosomes and even gene expression. The unique set of skills you develop – for connecting with yourself and others, unblocking your energy, healing what needs healing and accomplishing challenge with ease – uncovers your ability to create the life you want, and be an inspiring leader to the people around you.

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