here’s to cold weather and training hard ✌🏽 the open was fun to do without any stress, but I like training 💪🏽 .
. might get some qualifiers on the books, might not 🤷🏼♀️ haven’t decided yet. But I do know some new things for my job life is about to get real 😬 📸 stay tuned. .
. 📸 @ltevebaugh
Look to the wisdom of getting along, to find the essence of what works. When you are accountable for and truly acknowledge your actions, feelings, and behaviour - in the deepest part of you that undeniably knows your authenticity- not for anyone else, not for anyone’s standards but your own, you can gain a true understanding about what makes you tick, and distress. These are like tiny time bombs, that you can acquire the knowledge of how to disarm- for your future self. Once you learn to get along with the storm it’s power works with you,
not against. -Stacie.Martin
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According to the strict rules of Hindu iconography, Ganesha figures with only two hands are taboo. Hence, Ganesha figures are most commonly seen with four hands which signify their divinity. Some figures may be seen with six, some with eight, some with ten, some with twelve and some with fourteen hands, each hand carrying a symbol which differs from the symbols in other hands, there being about fifty seven symbols in all, according to the findings of research scholars.
The most striking feature of Ganesha is his elephant head , symbolic of auspiciousness, strength and intellectual prowess. All the qualities of the elephant are contained in the form of Ganesha. The elephant is the largest and strongest of animals of the forest. Yet he is gentle and, amazingly, a vegetarian, so that he does not kill to eat. He is very affectionate and loyal to his keeper and is greatly swayed if love and kindness are extended to him. Ganesha, though a powerful deity, is similarly loving and forgiving and moved by the affection of his devotees. But at the same time the elephant can destroy a whole forest and is a one-man army when provoked. Ganesha is similarly most powerful and can be ruthless when containing evil.
Again, Ganesha's large head is symbolic of the wisdom of the elephant. His large ears, like the winnow, sift the bad from the good. Although they hear everything, they retain only that which is good; they are attentive to all requests made by the devotees, be they humble or powerful.
Ganesha's trunk is a symbol of his discrimination (viveka), a most important quality necessary for spiritual progress. The elephant uses its trunk to push down a massive tree, carry huge logs to the river and for other heavy tasks. The same huge trunk is used to pick up a few blades of grass, to break a small coconut, remove the hard nut and eat the soft kernel inside. The biggest and minutest of tasks are within the range of this trunk which is symbolic of Ganesha's intellect and his powers of discrimination. 🙏🐘🕉✨Source: exoticindiaart.com 👁Artist Unknown
When you've been to the darkside and survived. When you heal and realise theres nothing more powerful than a woman who stands up for herself and the people she loves. Demons and Monsters have tried to destroy but failed. I am no longer scared, weak or vunerable. My voice will no longer shake with fear, it will be heard loud and clear #warrior#survival#powerful#strength#mentallystrong#imnotscaredanymore
Spent ages looking at this picture... thinking I have crows feet, I have lines, im getting old... but then I looked again and you know what I don’t see any of that stuff... I see happiness 😀 most of the women in this photo including me are in their 30s and you know what we are doing ... we are living our best lives 💖😍 yes we are mums but we are women too... yes our kids come first but we also have something else which makes us happy every single day ... our wonderful business... something for us to focus on and give us so much purpose... so many people let life bring them down... we all have stuff going on in life... but you have to find something in life to lift you higher, to bring you up... to give you happiness... yes that can be your family and your kids because they are the best but you have to find something just for you too 🥰 something that makes you happy 😃 I’m so happy to say I’m truly happy in so many areas of my life and I spend so much of my life happy and smiling... I found my something that brings me joy everyday... I urge everyone to find theirs 🥰
So you know what I see when I look at the photo now... mums who are truly happy with who are they (wrinkles and all) who are happy they found their purpose and not only strong amazing mums and wives but amazing business women who have built incredible businesses... women who find joy in life everyday and give other women hope and happiness too 💕🔥 #powerful
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