reflects that when she first learned the habits, so couldn’t easily
reads from Jordan Peterson’s book12 Rules For Life.
asks listeners to investigate why you want more order this week,
and to be specific!
Dinacharya is a prerequisite to experience dharma and
Cate reads fromThe 12
Rules of Life.
Specificity as key to reaching your goal.
Turning chaos to order through meditation and sitting in
increases like and the opposites reduce each other. So confusion
increases confusion, chaos increases chaos.” - Cate
“We’re not aligning these habits to say that we
can do it, or for somebody else's approval, or to be a good girl,
or good yogi or good yoga teacher. You’re doing it because there’s
just a respect to the order of life. And you want more from life.
That’s why you do it. You want to live a bigger life.” - Cate
“Having a commitment to these habits as
non-negotiables for the rest of your life - and I’m not saying 100%
all the time, at all. Aim for a solid B minus but get consistently
better at that. Kaizen that B minus over time - is that you should
experience more and more predictables. More and more order that
lead to better and better things in your life.” - Cate
you try to have a goal like, I want to feel better, it’s not
specific enough. So you can’t take very specific actions to get
there. You can’t test and see.” - Cate Stillman
About the Podcast
Cate Stillman leads a global online community in thought leadership to thrive in your body and your life. Rooted in healthier habits, Ayurveda, dharma or life purpose, Yogahealer Cate Stillman conducts progressive expert interviews and community conversations on applying yoga, ayurveda, conscious lifestyle design, entrepreneurship, progressive family living, and Yoga Health Coaching. This podcast is a bird's eye view of the global Yogahealer community at yogahealer.com