What does “integrity” mean to you? In this week’s episode of Breathe In, Breathe Out, Krystal shares a personal story about what it means to follow through – even when no one is watching.
Think meditation is hard? Do me a favor: take a slow, deep breath in and now breathe out. Congratulations! You just meditated. Hi, I’m Krystal Jakosky and this is Breathe In, Breathe Out: a Weekly Mindfulness and Meditation Podcast for anyone ready to own their own shit…and find a little peace while doing it.
Welcome back to Breathe In, Breathe Out. I’m Krystal and you’re here. You’re here. This is a great week. I’m really excited about this musing this week because I’m going to talk about bees. I love bees. I don’t like them when they sting. That’s not the way it is here on the farm. We have the gentlest bees and if you’re ever here to do a session or whatnot, you’ll find that I talk to them because our bees will fly up to you and you look at them and you say hi, I see you. I really don’t want you to be around me. And they will leave. They listened to me and I just love bees. So they’re amazing creatures. The way that they all work together for the benefit of the whole is just inspiring. I mean, it fills me with all the ways that they have this United front, every bee has their job.
And as long as they all do their job and the hive is pulling together, they’re going to survive. And not only survive from season to season, but thrive from season to season, they play to their strengths. They create something so versatile and delicious and yet healing. If you have seasonal allergies, I highly encourage you to find local honey and eat just a little bit of it every day. Because eating that honey will help your body adjust and your allergies will minimize. It’s amazing. Now we have learned so much about bees as they go through the winter, they clean out, they keep the queen warm and then they push out all the dead bees and they have all these new bees being born. And sometimes in the Spring, you have to split a hive because if you don’t split it, it’s too big for a time and it might swarm and run away.Read More