20 Things to Start Doing in Our Relationships.

Via Rajni Tripathi
on May 14, 2013
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Isn’t it great when all the important thoughts rummaging around in your head are found condensed on a poster?

This particular conglomeration of thoughts and ideas work to increase the sense of value in our life; it points to the number one thing that is critical to our happiness and contentment: relationships.

Relationships do not just imply partnerships with others, but also encompasses the relationships we hold with ourselves: the thoughts we have, the emotions we carry and the love we decide to devote to our own well-being.

Investing in ourselves  (i.e., health, nutrition, meditation, exercise) allows for a more saturated and fuller investment into others and life in general.

Relationships with nature are also a critical part of our partnerships in life. We cannot disregard the one element that allows for existence: the earth and its animals. Being cognizant and appreciative of the space we inhabit and the creatures within are important to our overall well-being as well.

Note: Not all of the following points are conducive to everyone nor applicable every day. The point is, we try to be the best we can be. If we repeat anything over time, it simply becomes a habit. Why not move for something positive?

 

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Ed: Brianna Bemel


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About Rajni Tripathi

"The purpose of life is a life of purpose." Service has been the epicenter of Rajni since she was a little girl. Growing up with ancient, eastern modalities rooted in her indian heritage, yoga and meditation became her tools to be of service to those who seek it. A multidisciplinary yoga teacher, trained in prenatal yoga - conscious and sacred birthing, certified Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider, and having over 1,000 hour of teach experience, Rajni's purpose is to use yoga to enable her students to combat burnout, boost energy and reduce stress. She helps her students cultivate an authentic, fearless and impactful life that leaves behind division, societal constrictions, harmful mindsets, body discomfort, mind-chatter and negative emotional reactions. Rajni operates on the belief that one’s life and its' discovery need not be dictated by another’s dogma or judgement. She strives to foster an authentic, fearless and impactful life for herself and anyone who seeks it. Stay in touch with her musings: RajniO, Facebook and twitter.

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