the meaning

Reflections at the Barre

Some of our recent reflections at the barre: to not only gain flexibility, strength and length in our bodies, but also in our thought life 🙂

The meaning you attach to a situation is more powerful than the situation itself. – Lance Wallnau

For example, you know, “I can’ts” aren’t just “I can’ts.” They’re “I can’t” because… open inner dialogue: (“such and such happened”; or “so and so said this to me years ago”; or “they say such and such”; or “I don’t deserve it”; or “I don’t think I’m good enough”; or “will I be accepted?” or simply “I don’t want to”). Close inner dialogue. The last one is easy to deal with it. It’s not even a meaning. If you don’t want to, you won’t and you should just say that instead of “I can’t.”

But the other stuff can really create a reality in spite of actuality (truth). And one’s life, abilities and receptiveness becomes a positive or negative result of the inner dialogue that played on the inside after a situation played out.

May we develop a focus to reassess our past meanings; and apply meanings and interpretations to our present circumstances that will add health to our lives and the lives of those we relate with.

P.S. If it’s been too long or you haven’t had a chance to try our Passion Barre classes yet, we’d love to host you in class. The sweet after burn has been spreading like a wildfire since we brought the barre to Rancho Cucamonga! Click here to reserve your trial class.
In Southern California, we serve Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Fontana, Ontario, Claremont, Montclair, Corona, Eastvale, Mira Loma, Riverside, Pomona and other surrounding cities. See you at the Barre 🙂