To heal requires finding peace in our hearts, minds & lives. It demands that we live in the present, which requires us to let go of physical, mental, emotional & spiritual barriers holding us back. Learn to shed weight & attachment to illness (physically & metaphorically.) Clean out debris & cobwebs lingering from the past. And… Feel your energy soar as your body & mind feel more engaged & alive!
We live in a world whereThings quickly become polluted.
We're surrounded by toxicity.
While it's easy to blame this on:- The air- Big oil- Use of pesticides- And more...
It's always someone else's fau...
Over a week, I slept.
At first, due to sheer necessity.
For days I came in & out of fevered consciousness for moments
Only to slip back in.
When the fever left,
My body was totally depleted.
Self care as a way of life requires dedication and a loose plan.
What are you going to do to take care of yourself?
How are you going to assure you give your body what it needs?
To properly implement it ...
Our minds love thinking in absolutes.
Absolutes are easy.
They create rules. A structure for our inherently lazy brain to function within.
As much as we often abhor rules, they form simple guidelines & m...
I recently mentioned the Medical Medium book by Anthony William, which addresses autoimmune/mystery illness*.
*Illnesses that fall into 3 categories: unnamed, ineffective treatment & misdiagnosis.
The first danger of self care is that we turn it into more to-dos. (Added to an already overflowing, maxed out list.)
You're going to start taking better care of yourself. Great!
The question is...
My goal in writing is not to tell you what you want to hear.
It's to tell you what you need to hear. (Most of which you likely already know.)
Knowing may be a precursor for action. However, it does not gu...
What are you willing to do to feel better?
Or, achieve your health goal?
Maybe you want to:
- Lose weight
- Lower your blood pressure or cholesterol
- Increase your energy level
- Lower levels of physi...
I rifle through shelves of books. Looking for what I need. When I find one, I grab it. Piling it beside me. With a quick glance down, I notice how the pile has grown. I need more. I might be missing something i...
An unexpected memory pops into my mind.
Months ago while driving one of my tires blew out. After safely making it to the side of the road, I called for a tow truck. And, waited.
Within minutes of sitting ...