Do you have what it takes to date a Yoga Goddess?
“It’s not what you call me, but what I answer to. I am a Goddess. I’m not afraid of the dark because I shine my own bright light through a stained glass window, creating and dancing in my own beauty.” ~ Heidi ♥
I suppose it is the new in-thing to say, “Yeah, my girlfriend is a Yoga teacher.” AKA Yoga Goddess. This also includes all the beautiful women who do yoga, not just teachers.
You can seduce an average women’s mind to gain access to her body, but you must speak to a Yoga Goddess’ soul to gain her full attention and affection. We do not give it up easy. A Yoga Goddess knows that her passion is her purpose and living out her dreams will inspire you to do the same. This is her gift that she can give to the world.
A Yoga Goddess is open to everything and attached to nothing. Are you sure you want to venture into unchartered spiritual territory? It is in her nature to believe in something other than her relationships and herself. A Yoga Goddess attunes herself to the divine spirit of guidance, the universe, and always listens to her own intuition when she has to make a difficult decision. She is independent and will not look to you to solve her problems or to hold her hand when times get tough.
Can your ego handle this?
Ego is the reason men beg, steal, borrow, go to the gym and to war. A Yoga Goddess is fully aware of a man’s ego. She knows that love is the answer to any question. She does not want to go to battle with you. She will allow a man to feel in control so he can feel like a God but a Yoga Goddess always takes care of herself first. She will not correct you when you say something stupid, she will just give you that aloof look and allow you to make the correction yourself.
A Yoga Goddess never sees her man when she is running on empty. Instead, she takes the time to care for herself by meditating, going to a yoga class, engaging in an active sport, reading a book, spending time alone or with her girlfriends. A Yoga Goddess eats when she is hungry, she sleeps when she is tired and works when she has to. If she does not respond fast enough to your messages, sorry, but she has her own life and will make time for you when time allows. Catch her if you can. If you are trying to find her, most likely she can be found connecting to nature, walking barefoot in the sand, paddling out into the ocean on a surf board, flying through the air on a kite or grounding down to the earth in seated meditation.
A Yoga Goddess believes there is only one master, herself.
Not being led by ego but by mastering her mind and conscious thoughts through practice she can overcome anything. She does not need you to complete her, instead she needs you to compliment her. If you want to hang onto her, you must support her dreams and she will also embrace yours and provide the same support in return. The Yoga Goddess is whole and she is looking to attract another whole person. This is not a Jerry Maguire—“You complete me”—sorta story. Do not come carrying baggage because she travels light and does not carry a heavy load, she is free. When love floods her heart and starts to spill over, this is when, and only when, she can offer it to you.
You see, A Yoga Goddess is quite content to be on her own, never feeling alone because she finds a connection in the innate oneness of all beings. A Yoga Goddess lives in the moment. She forgives you and herself if a mistake is made because after all, she is human and understands we all make mistakes. She has compassion for everyone including herself. She does not bring up the past because she knows the past no longer exists and she does not live there. She does not focus on the future because it has yet to come, nor does it exist. She lives for today, for this moment, enjoying and appreciating each moment—truly living Santosha (contentment). She is happy for what she has. If you give her a gift, she is forever grateful—because though she gives without any expectation and attachment, she is not expecting it; because she knows that having expectations can lead to disappointment.
When a Yoga Goddess sees another beautiful woman, she is not jealous; she looks at her in awe and acknowledges her beauty. She will not judge another or engage in gossip because that goes against her own beauty. She does not want drama. She has more important things to philosophize about. She realizes that when she stumbles, it is only herself she is tripping over. She does not blame anyone and does the work necessary to fix her own self.
A Yoga Goddess is from the world. She is free. Free to be.
I created Seeking Santosha, a small boutique lifestyle wellness company, after ten years of a corporate rat-race lifestyle. I finally found the courage to follow my truest desires and live out my dream of running my own business. I am here to inspire you to do the same. To be the change you wish to see in the world, together, a common goal. I believe in the innate oneness of all beings. I will always speak (or write) my truth. I write for me because I always wanted to be a writer but I allowed my own flame to be blown out by the negative words of others. I love to write and no one can ever take that away from me again. It is your choice to read, or not to read. Thank you for treading lightly over my dreams. It is my purpose and life’s mission to inspire through living a yogic lifestyle. I give back to humanity through my yoga practice, by teaching, volunteering, traveling, living in the moment, loving, sharing, and giving. I want to inspire people to gain the courage to live out their dreams. I am following my dream and passion and feel I have finally found my mission and life’s purpose. Living it inspires others to do the same. When you are happy, everyone benefits. Love, peace, light, and Oneness! You could reach me via email or through Facebook.
Prepared by Soumyajeet Chattaraj/Edited by Tanya L. Markul
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