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An interview with Meghan CurrieFeatured

In 2015, through a string of unexpected life synchronicities, I got led to do my 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training with Meghan Currie in Nicaragua (ah those lovely little nudges from the universe). Meghan was exactly the teacher I needed. Her teachings and my training with her profoundly changed me. Today she is still my teacher and a friend. Bringing her to Madrid was my dream from the day I finished my training and here we are. Meghan is coming to Madrid 29 June – 1 July as part of The Majesty of Being European tour and she kindly gave me some of her time to do this interview where we discuss things like our majestic being, energy, intuition, nature, the yoga journey, breath being boss and of course THE practice.

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Your struggles create your superpowers

Now, as I am experiencing a hurdle, a challenge or a deep dark hole, I remind myself to be curious, to investigate, to look around. What lesson is here? What skill is this forcing me to learn? What new path is this guiding me towards? I don’t necessarily look for the positive in the situation. Frankly, there is nothing positive about living with type 1 diabetes. Instead, I open my eyes, ears and heart to what I am being taught.

When the going gets tough, I remind myself that growing can be seriously painful and I don’t have to pretend it isn’t. However, it is necessary so that I can evolve into my best, most complete self.

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How we sabotage love

As Jason Silva, filmmaker and creator of the series Shots of Awe, said: “Love and sadness exist in the same space… it’s already happening and you’re already mourning the fact that it will end… this intertwining of melancholy, of loss, is literally embedded in the experience of rapture. It’s what is so unique and mesmerizing about love but is also what makes it so tragic.”

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How I walk my talk

Mask difficult feelings with alcohol? At BEST you have a hangover to deal with the next day. Go shopping, and you’ll be stuck with the bill. If you judge yourself for having feelings you can add self-esteem issues to the pile, and if you force yourself to “think positively” when it’s not authentic you’ll just have emotions slipping out the back door and surprising you when you least expect it.
As they say, denial ain’t just a river in Egypt. What’s worse is that many people, when life gets tough, feel guilty if they have a moment when they don’t feel sad! They feel a responsibility to be vigilant about it.

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