Yoga asana is a great practice to start to empty yourself.
We can begin to empty our minds of the swirl of thoughts as we sync with our breath, we can release and let go in our bodies from stress and tension as we move into postures and from them into the next, during all of this we might perhaps glimpse some spaciousness.
Sometimes this comes in the form of the pause between each breath (one of my favs!), we can also tune into the sense of vastness as we close our eyes and rest in savasana.
One of my favourite poses to "empty" is Balasana, Childs pose. No the irony isn't lost on me here, as this is the physical posture that children can sleep in sometimes. I love the way that my whole body begins to soften, first with my forehead resting on the ground which makes me feel into that notion of surrender, letting go. Its so opening for the space between my shoulder blades, as I breathe and let the expansion happen with each breath softening and relaxing more letting the blades drift toward the floor. Shins resting on the floor and body totally heavy, quite the tonic for a busy day (don't you think!).
Then the flow opens, ideas come, and that feeling of potential begins to show itself.
So I invite you to ask yourself, where can you find space, or a place to let yourself relax and trust? Then the next step is to ask yourself, now your feeling relaxed and open, what am I filling up my cup with this month/season/year? What am I choosing to do? Where am I going? Who am I showing up with? How am I showing up? Does this feel part of the true flow of my life? Like its almost "of course". It makes total sense to you. And that's the best part of being an adult, its only you that it needs to make sense to, or even if it doesn't "make sense" in our thoughts, maybe it "feels true".
Feel true, Be you.