What the world needs now, is love, sweet love!


Love, Sweet Love!

Over the last 2 years, I really started to take to heart the widespread quote by Gandhi that says: Be the change you wish to see in the world. But I felt like I needed to get focused… to really, truly sit down and examine not only what changes I wanted to see, but how I was going to make that happen, first within myself and then within the world around me. This task easily became overwhelming for me, living in a society where our fight or flight system feels like it doesn’t have an off switch due to the numerous threats that are constantly being brought to our attention through media platforms. So which is it? The environment, healthcare, education system, justice system, etc? There is great room for improvement everywhere and while it can seem both daunting and far off, I realized that the number one change I wanted to see in the world was more human beings, being love. So at the depth of my work is the greater mission to embody love and to support others in doing the same.

So what is this love thing that we are in need of?

Love is kindness, joy, and compassion and I believe that love is what we all are at our core. I think that certain things have gotten in the way of who we are and who so many of us are wanting to be.

So how do we step into being kind, joyful, and compassionate?

Well, not everyone’s path is going to look the same. The best place to begin is by asking the question: what is stopping you? When you find your impediments to kindness, you can discover what works best for you to remove them. I’ve noticed that it’s harder for me to be kind when my body is feeling tense and uncomfortable. I’ve caught myself several times being irritable instead of kind. So this is where yoga and bodywork come into play! I want to serve you by bringing mind and body practices to your attention, so you can discover what removes the “thorn from your side” or the “pain in your neck.”

So let’s start with some self exploration! Take some time today to be curious and examine what’s stopping you from embodying love. This is not about harsh judgement or punishing ourselves, just about self awareness. The best way to approach this might be reflecting on the times that you are being your most loving self and just noticing what makes it easiest for you to be that person.

And remember, I’d love to connect. Please feel free to comment or send me a message!
🙂 Also, be on the look out for additional blog posts.

Samanthia Omega

Samanthia Omega

Samanthia is a lover of movement, a well-being enthusiast, a deep listener and a passionate learner. She is continuously expanding her knowledge of the body and mind in order to deliver the best to her clients.

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