Taking DYBO (Dance Your ‘Buts’ Off) into a whole new space.
I recently intended to be more consistent in my DYBO (Dance Your ‘Buts’ Off) practice because I find that 15 minutes a day can really expand my energetic field and keep me tuned into peace and joy.
Just the other day I had completed two 5 minute DYBO on your own segments and realized I was not feeling as expansive as usual. I turned off the music and walked into the other room thinking I was done for the day. Moments later, I was reminded of a prayer request I received from a woman I recently met. This woman asked me to pray for her 67 year old husband who was experiencing severe back pain due to the physical work he was doing. According to her, he was stubborn and resisted the idea of hiring out the work because he believed no one could do a better job than him. She expressed how hard it was to watch him in pain. I told her I would pray for him and I did each time he came to mind. Thinking I was done with my DYBO for the moment, the spirit brought this man to my mind again and I felt drawn to DYBO for him. I turned on the music and began to tune into what the spirit wanted to do through me. I felt and recognized the heavy burden of doing things all on our own. I unraveled the anger of distrust in the ability of others and the frustration of believing there is no one to help you. With courage I released the limiting beliefs that no one can do things better than us. By the spirit, I restored the comfort and joy that is felt when our burdens are lifted with the help of others and we experience the joy of collaboration. Finally, I rejoiced on his behalf in knowing that life is meant to be lived with grace, ease and joy. For me that was a DYBO experience like no other. I may not ever hear how that prayer was answered but I celebrate my connection to joy and peace once again.