To be successful at making changes in our lives,
it can be helpful to observe the behavior and attitudes of young children.
Observe them change as they age.
“In order to fit in, there are parts of ourselves we have out fit”
Always questioning. Initially the world. Later ourselves
Knows how to get your attention.
Restless the night before a big event.
Will wander away if not monitored.
Initially abhors clothing (ideological constraints).
Curious yet fearful.
Is a born swimmer but soon forgets (the subconscious).
Loves to tinker (experiment).
Has imaginary friends.
Sings for there own enjoyment.
Dances cause it feels good.
Born wild and is later domesticated.
Are easily satisfied until their desires are multiplied.
Are in touch with there senses.
Thrives in an environment that foster expression.
Enjoys a good joke.
Has trouble focusing for long stretches.
Approaches pleasure and Avoids pain.
Loves to move.
Takes things personal.
Loves it’s mother (earth).
In our quest for healing, change and integrity
what can the child-mind teach us?
What gems can we find, hidden
in forgotten but not dead recesses of our soul?
Tuesday May 4 is the Official Jump Off
Mornings: Tuesday, Thursday 6 AM – Saturdays 7 AM
Evenings: Tuesday, Thursday 7 PM – Saturdays 7 AM
Side effects of boot camp may include: weight loss, muscle tone,
increased energy, libido and cat calls.
In essence, a boot camp is the “I’m finally sick and tired of being sick and tired workout. It’s the “I’m serious about transforming my coach potato body into a sleek, tasty sweet potato fry workout.” The BodyFit Boot Camp pits you against your doubts, procrastination and denial in a no holds barred, knock down, drag out conflict for the title of:
“BOSS OF ME”
See you at boot camp.
PS. Tai Chi Kung beginning May 8 at Branch Brook Park.
Free Pre-Boot Camp continues Saturday. 1 sessions remaining.