A Dream Within a Dream

Inside myself is a place where I live all alone and that’s where you renew your springs that never dry up-

Sai Zhenzhu

Pain, injury, surgery, pain, injury, surgery, rehab, surgery, rehab  Before I injured myself, over and over again. I was rarely quiet or still long enough to notice, or care what was happening to my body. Through all the pain therapy and bio-feedback sessions, I was merely following instructions from those who wanted to help me, I never felt alone during these times … “the springs never dried up”. Now, when I’m alone. When I lie in bed at night, surrounded by the quiet, still night air, I feel these springs renewed.

In these personal moments, I find myself content to watch how life will unfold. Mindful of how I was before.

CultFit Night

Notes:

Time to Medivate

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5 Comments on “A Dream Within a Dream”

    • CultFit says:

      If we were to play a game of word association with “CultFit” … Beautiful would be way down on the list. ;) Although, something that is nebulous (a word near the top) could be considered beautiful, a few drinks are in order to figure this mystery out. Thank you, so much today.:)

  1. Your posts always intrigue me. I love your outlook and your writing style.

    • CultFit says:

      Your kind words mean so much to me, thank you. I’m just some simple dude out here in the blog-o-sphere pontificating about the less thought of aspects of life. ;) Be inspired today and please take care!

  2. Pain can shape our present but it also motivates us to change. As a yoga instructor and trainer, I love helping my clients learn to stop, breathe and settle. It’s an amazing thing to watch the transformation take place from allowing a quiet moment of reflection. Thanks for this beautiful post!