Among my goals and new year’s resolutions for this year, there is to learn to express myself more positively.
Last year has been a never-ending drama.
People lost jobs, businesses, their houses, family members, friends, got stuck in countries far away from home.
All because of an invisible enemy called COVID-19.
I will be honest with you: I struggled a lot.
My mental health has been on a rollercoaster of emotions.
One day I was waking up motivated and motivational for those around me.
The day after, I couldn’t see the light beyond depression, and by depression, I mean it.
This year doesn’t matter what: I want to vibrate with hope.
I want to live, breathe, eat, and drink hope.
Today I want to start a full-month of a positive path with you guys.
I decided to follow the guidance of Saje Flow and his program, Dancing & Life.
I will learn to heal through movements and motion, and I will keep a sort of diary here by updating this blog post and sharing more challenges on my social media.
Saje is an expert in healing the soul through dance, and his energy is contagious.
This is what we need in 2021: people who are so positive, to be able to pull, push and support anyone else into being positive and changing the view on life.
At the end of my full-immersion month, I want to be able, more than ever, to turn a crisis into an opportunity.
My ultimate goal is to see my social media and mail inbox, flooding with people who walked with me.
In the meanwhile, we can start by taking this quiz right here and share our results.
If you don’t feel comfortable sharing them publicly, send a private message, and I will be more than happy to talk about it with you!
Update: 13th of January 2021: three days into the Dancing & Life challenge.
So far, so good.
I am on my third day in the Dancing & Life program and I am enjoying it.
I am learning to express myself in multiple ways and reflecting more on my whole past year.
It was easy to take it as a dark tunnel, but with Sage, I am learning to do a sort of playback or rewind of my crisis along the way and understanding how it changed me and how it pushed me to flow with life.
Yesterday, I had to post about how to react when you receive a curveball.
And I had a lot of those back in 2020.
I was alone, in a new country, not knowing anyone.
But I pushed myself above my limits, and I become passionate about bicycles, about renovating.
I gained new skills, learned how to cook better, and how important is to take care of myself.
I took the curveball of not being able to see my family, and I worked it out through video calls in bonding more with my brothers and parents.
I will update again in the next few days to let you know how I am doing along the way.