Michelle Loulan rất xứng danh "cô giáo yoga sexy nhất thế giới".
Loulan sở hữu đường cong tuyệt vời.
Cô có vóc dáng đầy đặn căng tràn sức sống.
Làn da, mái tóc, thần thái của Loulan cũng khiến người ta khó có thể rời mắt nhìn.
Cô hiện là người sáng lập ra Mesh Yoga.
You can only find truth if you seek it for yourself, for the truths of history are the truths of others. But truth is like a mirage in the desert. For us, the task is not to chase truth but to create it. Truth is a stance, an act of power that you bring to all your actions. Truth is what the person of knowledge brings to every moment.
Loulan cho biết niềm cảm hứng bất tận của cô là tự nhiên, thiên nhiên.
Vì thế có thể thấy rất dễ hiểu sao người đẹp thường tập yoga ngoài thiên nhiên.
The modern world presents some interesting new ways to trigger emotional reactions. I imagine that most of you reading this are familiar with social media sites like IG, Facebook, Twitter, etc., as well as text messaging. Social media and text messaging have connected us in a way that we have never seen before in the Dream of the Planet. While social media can help us stay in touch with those we have a bond with, it has also become fertile ground for emotional reactions to digital conversations, and consequently social media sites sometimes seem more like an emotional minefield than an electronic playground. The good news is that this technology gives you another valuable tool for self-exploration, as you can notice the assumptions that you make about others. In other words, since you can't see the facial expressions or the body language of someone when they post something on social media or send a text message, your mind's first reaction is to often make an assumption of their meaning through your projection of their intention. In this way, you can fill in the blank by projecting an emotion onto a comment, post, or message that was maybe not intended by the person who wrote it. Social media and text messaging allow you to notice what emotions you project or assume are intended by the other person, and investigate what internal domestications and attachments are at the source of your assumptions. Remember, being a Master of Self does not mean we are robots without feelings, or that we never take the bait and react emotionally. But when you give away control of your will via an emotional reaction instead of a conscious response, practicing these tools allows you to recover quickly. Acknowledging that you feel anger, jealousy, resentment, sadness, and such allows you to see the truth of how you feel right now. The realization can take just a second or a night's tossing and turning in bed, but the downward spiral ends the moment you surrender to the truth. When you find the true source of the emotion (usually some prior domestication or current attachment), you can use that knowledge as an instrument of transformation. 📸: @steiner.creative
Nhờ yoga, cô từ người bị chấn thương có thể hoàn toàn hồi phục…
🔗: Be Soft Stuck on a remote island, I am weak, tired and compromised. In order to move to forward, I must swim 3 miles and wrestle with the sharks for over 6 hours to get to the next island —Molokai. I dive into the cold dangerous waters and struggle through the rip currents until I finally reach the land I was seeking. Wiped of all energy, emotionally raw and exposed, I can’t find the mental place I once had on the remote island that allowed me to hoard feelings of resentment, hatefulness and revenge. After a journey like this, I can only surrender with humility and be grateful I made it. Much like the remote island; our bruised emotions, broken pride and diminished self worth unconsciously seek an environment or person that will continue to feed our negative thoughts. We sometimes believe if we can heal a situation that is extended from our personal experiences and ‘fix them’, we in turn will have fixed ‘ourselves’. I believe we are in a world where each of us wants to heal but our true healing powers can only emerge when we are willing to work internally. It begins with surrendering our negative feelings and instead thriving with humility and compassion towards our self. Some say turn your broken heart into art, I say allow the tears of your broken heart stream into the ocean you must swim across…
…. không chỉ thể còn sở hữu thân hình tuyệt đẹp mà mọi phụ nữ đều ao ước.
🔗: Time doesn’t heal anything Time doesn’t heal anything on its own, but it's the actions you take as time is passing that can heal everything. Time heals you when you allow it. What matters most is what you do within each precious, passing moment. Our actions are key. This doesn’t mean that we need to rush. We cannot mend ourselves overnight. Healing is a careful and gentle process. It takes love and practice. There are so many lessons that we must learn. We do this by delving deeply into our patterns + narratives to uncover our fears + insecurities = and begin to understand how we can make better choices moving forward. Sometimes we are able to do this alone. Sometimes we can enlist the people who love us to help us unearth what we can’t find alone. So yes, time is a gift, but it’s when we take the initiative and unwrap each moment, that we truly heal our wounds.
Cô thường đến những khu vực yên tĩnh, với cảnh thiên nhiên tươi đẹp…
… khi đó Loulan sẽ trút bỏ mọi ưu phiền và thực hiện các động tác yoga.
Đối với cô yoga là lẽ sống.
Việc ở một mình, kết nối thân tâm với thiên nhiên là cách để Loulan cảm thấy an yên.
Cô đi khắp nơi trên thế giới để truyền dạy yoga.
Những bức hình tập yoga của Loulan có khả năng truyền cảm hứng lớn.
Cô thực hiện rất uyển chuyển các động tác khó.
🔗: "Heal" Where have you been? What have you been doing? I have been spending some time in NYC, reflecting and healing. In our digital world, I’ve noticed our society freaks out when the statuses to our social media change. This is not just with our social media or even our society but in our personal lives as well. Sometimes, the universe intervenes forcing us to take a pause, giving us no choice but to deal with the stillness. What have you been reflecting on? I have been reflecting on the past and the present. Finding the links between physical and emotional pain. Have you ever noticed, if your physical body is going through a tremendous amount of pain, eventually you will pass out? When some madness happens to your life, your emotional strength breaks down. We as humans naturally transfer that emotional pain to our body forcing it to react. If our physical bodies are unable to react from the emotional pain, we are unable to handle it. The first layer, whether purposefully or naturally, we transfer our pain to the body. We freak out. Like a roller coaster, all of our emotions go from anger to sadness. We try to fight and figure out where these overwhelming emotions are coming from. We use different emotions to suppress these experiences. We try everything until the pain just gets worse. The second layer is the deep emotional part. We come to a point when both our physical and emotional pain becomes so extreme, we can’t give in to either way. We are at a standstill and cannot allow ourselves to heal. We come to an internal moment, where we either die figuratively, or we wake up from the inside out. This moment is both a curse and blessing. Are you fully healed? Not yet, but with time I will be. How long will it take? I don’t know. I am not in a rush. Every day is about learning. With each passing moment, I gain a little more self-recognition. In this healing time, I have found the door that we can all see to our higher self or consciousness. I am standing in the door frame. This is when the new journey truly begins.
Loulan ngày càng trẻ đẹp, dẻo dai nhờ bộ môn này.