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Self-care is a practice that requires self-discipline. If you’re in the habit of putting everyone else first, this kind of self-love may feel uncomfortable. Taking good care of yourself is the foundation for building a happy, fulfilling life.
“An empty lantern provides no light. Self-care is the fuel that allows your light to shine brightly.” ~ Unknown
Engaging in a self-care practice begins with commitment. When you commit to something or someone you're more likely to follow through. You may have to say no to other demands on your time to keep your self-care commitment a top priority. Start by finding a tranquil place in nature where you can just be and replenish yourself.
Your body thrives on movement and exercise. It takes self-discipline to maintain a routine that develops strength, flexibility and endurance while staying balanced with proper rest, relaxation and sleep. A practice is something you cultivate over time so be...
You have the freedom to choose drama or peace. The ego can’t stand peace, and the soul stands for peace. When you feel the unwelcome discomfort of chaos, that is your soul waking up with the intention to be free.
"Every human has four endowments - self awareness, conscience, independent will and creative imagination. These give us the ultimate human freedom... The power to choose, to respond, to change." ~ Stephen Covey
Are you ready to take flight in a new direction? If you feel stuck you’re being held back by your own self-imposed limitations. Follow the lead of your soul that is ready to fly, and your ego will join you.
Most of human drama is caused by egos getting offended. Wars are started by inflated egos as well as conflict in relationships. When you decide not to take anything personally you’re free of drama because you’re no longer wired to get offended.
If you find yourself in conflict with another person, or even with...
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