I’m spending too much time in my head. Fortunately, I’m also a juggler.
While crafting my 25 Year Vision as a part of my yearly review, I wrote down that ”I exercise daily and can perform impressive stunts” 🎪
Which led me to set these two goals for 2020:
1.Exercise every day
2. Learn one new type of movement
And so far it’s been going better than expected. In fact, I’ve recently observed, with quite a degree of satisfaction, that I’ve entered the Movement Vortex.
The more physical movement I do, the more my body craves physical movement. It’s an amazing upward spiral that I’m riding at the moment, with a tremendous dose of joy. So I keep on adding more and more movement to my routine, which not only makes me happier and more energised, but also takes me out of my head, which is what I definitely need.
You can see my routine experiments below:
Btw, as I’m writing this, I’m noticing that my body is telling me to jump into the pool and do a few rounds. And then it’s time for handstands 🙌
I can’t freaking wait.
Moving from the self towards a thriving community.
I’ve spent the last 3 years working intensely on various areas of ”personal development”:
radically transforming my diet
radically transforming my body
figuring out that emotions are actually important, dropping the macho bullshit and learning how to be vulnerable (with various rates of success)
However, in the process I pretty much completely neglected reaching out and ended up feeling like I lack a supportive network of people interested in going deep into self-work and empowering each other to grow together and start shifting the world towards something that makes more sense that capitalism.
Paradoxically, I don't think that's a bad thing. I just needed some time to sort out out my own shit first, and only then move to building meaningful relationships with people whom I want to grow together with. Intentionally.
And now I'm not only "ready" to do it, but I'm in the process already.