Blog #3 was titled "Find Your Bliss". When I was looking for an image to include with it, I found this, "Follow Your Bliss":
I found it very interesting...the subtle difference between find your bliss & follow your bliss. Subtle, yet it makes a world of difference.
How do you "find" your bliss? Your joy? Your Peace? I don't think you can find it, because it's not out there somewhere. It's within you. Your bliss, your joy, your peace - all within you.
You're looking, you're looking, you're looking. You think you know what you're looking for. Maybe you're looking for what someone else has. Someone else who's already following their bliss. They're not looking anywhere. They're on their own track. They're unafraid.
Yoga has helped me to follow my bliss. When I'm on my mat & I'm still & quiet, I can feel that bliss. I can feel that I'm on my track. From the outside, I think it looks pretty obvious - I teach yoga, I own my own studio, I love what I do. It wasn't always so obvious & I wasn't always on my own track. I spent alot of time trying to find my bliss, not following it. Then I found yoga. And then I spent some more time trying to find my bliss. I was on my track when I was on my mat & I don't know what the heck I was doing when I was off my mat!! And then one day...I was off my mat & on my track. I was, and still am, following my bliss.
I don't have a magic recipe or specific formula. It's different for everyone & that can be frustrating to hear. My only suggestion...practice. Yoga, meditation, whatever it is that does it for you. That's the beginning of following your Bliss.