In the Driver’s Seat

Driving Towards Life

Last night while watching recordings of OWN’s popular new show, Iyanla Fix My Life, a hard truth hit me – I’m in the driver’s seat and have been for a while now.  I told myself, no more excuses.  I decided that this blog would serve as an accountability partner, a tool to help me be the woman I want to be at all times.

I will be writing about listening to Mamma Nature and following her guidance on what to cook, cultivate and cleanse.

This morning Mamma Nature told me, sit and just be.  That way it’d be easier for her to talk to me without all the distractions.  Sometimes that’s the hardest thing for me to do – just sit there without fidgeting or dreaming.  Tonight I start the Contentment in Everyday Life class at the Shambhala Meditation Center.  Let’s see how long I can sit still.  I want to hear more clearly from Mamma.

Eye-and-eye mantra: Be the woman you want to be at all times!

Photography by Ajua Hawkins.

Copyright 2012-2014 Ajua Hawkins

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