Let Go Of Doubt

 How do we clear out doubt?

We all have doubt and it serves us only briefly as questions inspires solution which translates into progress, growth and expansion. But we can get lost in pessimism as a few well seeded thoughts of possible failure with a creative imagination and the multitude of failing visions can run rapid. We are analyzing ourselves out of a successful outcome, and any hint of confidence shrivels. We are unintentionally squelching the muse of our creative intuition, self sabotage at it's finest.

"The first and greatest victory is to conquer yourself; to be conquered by yourself is of all things most shameful and vile." - Plato.

Mastering the mind to soften doubtful self defeating thoughts is key. Trying this in the mists of self sabotage is futile for once doubt starts, it grabs ahold and the momentum is too strong. The key to quieting the mind and those less than positive thoughts is to be aware of them just as they are starting and then to stop the mind chatter before they take hold.

It's easier than we think to change the negativity to one of natural ease and flow. Remember we have the power of source energy right at our fingertips if we would allow it.  

It's easier than we think to change the negativity to one of natural ease and flow. Remember we have the power of source energy right at our fingertips if we would allow it.  

Emotions Are The Key

Emotions are the key for the better we feel the better our thoughts are, the worst we feel the more doubt, worry, anxiety provoking are our thoughts. The mind is habitual and has collected over time habits or patterns (synapses or our neurotransmission in the brain) that are not serving us. We have to want to feel good in order to allow doubt to dissipate and those transmissions to change. 

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tah groen

Tah has been involved with Yoga most of her life. She started practicing as a teenager. Inspired by a mentor to join a class at 16 sparked the yoga fire which has been burning ever since. After launching a sportswear line with her then husband in the late 80′s and becoming a mother of two daughters, it was time for a healing change. Trusting in the age old adage, “Do what you love”, was the consistent echo in her mind. A pivotal time of transition, a powerful period in her life as she realized the path that called her. Do what you love clearly meant that she become a teacher. In 1996 working simultaneously within the health food industry as a reliable source for nutritional council and support, Tah’s yoga business grew. She was able to open one of the first yoga studios in La Jolla. Shakti Yoga was born. After enjoying this prime location for a handful of years she realized the benefit of being a mobile instructor. This was the next logical step for her since the established client base was corporate and private. As she teaches she shares her healing touch of Reiki and Thai Yoga Therapy. Tah lives in San Diego with her partner of 15 years; and besides her two daughters who are in their 20s, has a rambunctious 5 year old son, who instead of a dog to follow him around has a loyal Bengal cat named Jagger.