Dear <<First Name>>,
Greetings! Hope you are enjoying the cool spring weather in Austin...:)
Recently, we had the joy of visiting our grand daughter Berlin's Kindergarten school on their Field Day and watched these little kindergarteners compete for focus, balance, speed, strength and team work. While we enjoyed watching them and we could see that it was fun for most kids and teachers but we could also see the few children who struggled a lot. It reminded me of how our society encourages competition from young age and sets the high expectation to compete to excel under pressure but not all children do well under these circumstances. As a result, children get to taste the feelings of highs & lows from winning & losing experience early on in their life which may or may not lead to a positive outcome in their adult lives. We have seen some tragic outcome for some young adults in Korea and Japan where the competitiveness is fierce throughout childhood and adulthood.
Looking back in my own life, I see that it was my hypercompetitiveness, the desperate need to win at all cost, that was at the root of disharmony in my life and this may well have been from a deep seed planted in my kindergarten days, just like the way Berlin is being subjected to.
Well, if you find yourself often in conflict with your loved ones and/or people around you,
if you find yourself seeing what is wrong with the world more often than what is right in the world, or
if you find yourself not having much fun and wishing your life to be different but feel helpless in making the change, join us for our next introductory workshop and learn how Holistic Healing & Yoga programs can help you restore your inner light, your divine spark, to live your passion with grace & ease.
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