Katherine Di Lullo is a student of Yoga and Mindfulness. She completed her Yoga teacher training a year ago and it is her goal to combine the practices of yoga and mindfulness in her role as a social worker, creating a holistic approach to healing with her clients.
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Most Influential Person
- Louise Hay
Effect on Emotions
- I think it really allows me to just stop before reacting. It allows me to just take a moment to pause and maybe ask myself, "Why is that bothering me right now?" It's really allowed me to stay calm in situations, especially with failures in life. It helps me to not react, but instead, look at those failures as creating new possibilities for myself.
Thoughts on Breathing
- Breathing is huge. When I connect with my breath, it just brings me to the present moment. It just reminds me how simple and beautiful breathing is. It doesn't need to be a complicated process. Breathing is life. It's just so simple to connect back to.
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Advice for Newbie
Just as yoga is a practice, mindfulness is a practice as well. Just be generous with yourself and don't be hard on yourself if you did get distracted or your mind did wander. Just starting, maybe you just take three deep breaths every morning and that could lead to a bit of a longer meditation. Just allow yourself to explore the practice.
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