Self care is what we do that gives us what we really need: a fierce love for ourselves and those around us, a voice that advocates on our behalf and on behalf of others that need advocation, and an inner strength that doesn’t allow our highest values to become hijacked by external pressure.
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The bridge between fear and truth
Have you ever stopped to think why, when you start to get a little ungrounded (though you may not see it yet), someone tells you to breathe? And does that suggestion make you insane? Our breath is the bridge between our physical body (perceptions, the finite) and our Soul (Truth, the infinite). We can liveContinue reading “The bridge between fear and truth”
Anecdote to Stress, Fatigue and a long To-Do List
Historically, when I felt anxious, overwhelmed, and completely stressed out, I would go into my soft addictions, which, for me, are eating, talking on the phone, and napping. The one thing I can tell you for sure is that I never felt replenished or energized afterwards. My stressors did not go away. In fact,Continue reading “Anecdote to Stress, Fatigue and a long To-Do List”