Photo by Carol Gutzeit
Vitality is restored when you carve out time for yourself. Being in nature feeds your soul and helps you gain a fresh perspective on life. Simply by attuning to the natural world you’ll feel refreshed and rejuvenated.
“We must always change, renew, rejuvenate ourselves; otherwise, we harden.” ~ Goethe
Rejuvenate means to make youthful. Stress and fatigue melts away when you take the time to recharge. Self-care allows you to easily return to your day-to-day responsibilities feeling lighter, healthier and happier. Create rejuvenation rituals to stay young and vital.
You have an inner well that must be filled up daily with peace, joy, love and gratitude to feel emotionally rejuvenated. Peace comes in quiet moments of stillness. Joy arises from being true to yourself. Love flows from your natural state of kindness. Gratitude comes from appreciating yourself and others.
Spending time in the mountains or by the...
Your lungs have been supporting you since the day you were born; now would be a good time to return the favor. Inhale fresh oxygen from trees and exhale carbon dioxide while feeling grateful for this symbiotic relationship.
“A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.” ~ Franklin D. Roosevelt
Support the lungs of Mother Earth by helping to preserve her forests. The Amazon rainforest has been deforested to provide land for cattle-ranching. You can help reduce this imbalance by leaning more towards a plant-based diet.
Foods that reduce inflammation in your lungs are: leafy greens, cherries, blueberries, walnuts, beans, lentils, olives and turmeric. Oranges and tangerines are also beneficial; in fact they look like your lungs when you cut them in half.
Tarzan was clearing his lungs every time he pounded his chest. You can tap on your chest...
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