find your second wind

You’ve felt it. That moment when you feel yourself shutting down. There is nothing left to give. Exhaustion is setting in. But, if you dig a little deeper you just might unleash your second wind.

Say thank you to your endorphins. These lovely goodies relieve pain and wash away stress as they surge through your system. Basically, you are stepping up to the demands being placed on you with renewed energy to continue on. What has happened is a balance or flow where you are providing just what you need. A state of equilibrium.

Most people equate getting their second wind with sports. However, if you are truly tuned into self you find that your stored up energy can be tapped into across many aspects of life both large and small. Let’s take a walk down memory lane.

Think about the other day when you woke up tired to your core. Then you turned on your favorite tunes and climbed into the shower. Before you knew it you were singing into that bar of soap ready to take on the day.

Or that time when you seemed to have one bad day after another quickly becoming a month long down turn. Out of nowhere your best friend called with an idea to take an amazing trip. Suddenly the world felt light and bright again.

The beauty of life is that you can learn what triggers your second wind. All you need to do is pay attention. Once your have this knowledge, you are able to draw from various repositories to raise your energy levels and meet whatever challenges there are head-on leaping over them in a single bound.

Second Wind Instigators: Click these to learn more.

Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving. – Einstein 



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