Why do we run? Jog? Exercise? Did you ask this question at least once? And why in the world weight loss is or can be a creative process?
For the majority of the population, exercise is a far-from-being-pleasant experience. Usually it is associated with the necessity for weight loss. Nothing wrong with that. But this is not the only thing why we enjoy being physically active.
Before a person even attempts to go out and do something, the laziness of the brain takes over. Fears, low self-esteem and the similar companions of such “society” of feelings, emotions, and psychological presumptions play a powerful part of keeping millions from enjoying the freedoms their bodies could give them.
Every time my morning running takes me outside, I am thankful within my very few first steps that I can do it, and I can create something new in my mind, in my heart, in my soul to build my day from it. And how can’t I when peace and beauty is all over and around me?
You see, those pheromones that are released in our brain during any vigorous physical activity are the magical building blocks to anything creative, happening outside that thinking box. Thoughts, ideas flow freely composing the next successful project, party, a solution to a tough situation. And when you allow your body to indulge in a physical activity frequently, this creative process becomes your second nature.
Once you hit the road – wherever it may be, gym or outside in nature, – your autopilot shall take you to the heights that are revealed only in the moments of inspiration.
To wait for inspiration to visit you, you know what you could do day in and day out. Allow your body to express itself in that early morning jogging, in that super cool kickboxing class, or in any other outlet that you find pleasant to pursue and engage in regularly.
By starting doing it, you will have your answer to Why people run? Jog? Exercise?
They do all of the above to get connected to the most sacred of all in each of us – our creative, inspiration that is sitting inside of you and me and waiting to burst out with our personal expression of it.
Why wait? The time to be creative is TODAY.
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by Laura Gontchar