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Living wild and free means you're growing in a natural environment without being controlled. By taking charge of your inner and outer landscape you are cultivating freedom. You were created to live in harmony with nature.
“All good things are wild and free.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
Find the similarities between you and a sunflower growing in the wild. Perhaps it's your natural tendency to turn towards the light and stay open to life. You may discover that you like being with others who love basking in the light as much as you do. Be the untamed version of yourself and see how you flourish.
One place you can grow a natural environment is in your gut. When your microbiome is in balance your immune system can do its job. Bacteria and fungi are small living organisms that make up your microbiome. At least once a day connect with nature by going barefoot on the ground to support your health.
You are taking control of...
Like a sunflower naturally faces the light, your soul naturally leans towards joy. Although stress, worry, fear, and doubt may rob you of your joy, you can always reclaim it by choosing to be happy now.
“The healthiest response to life is joy.” Mark Twain
It may seem like other people are stealing your joy but they don't have that power unless you give it to them. What matters is how you respond to people who have traded their joy for misery. Misery loves company, and it's up to you to be in the company of joy.
If chronic stress is robbing you of your joy it's a sign that you've allowed your wounded ego to take charge of your life. To return to your natural state of ease ask your soul to move you in the direction of your highest good.
Worry destroys joy. It's the ego's strategy to try and control the future. When you put...
The spiral is an organizing principle found in nature. From distant galaxies to your unique fingerprint, the Fibonacci Sequence shows up in sunflowers, pine cones, waves, and shells to remind us of the natural order of things.
For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned. ~ Benjamin Franklin
To organize your life like a spiral begin at your heart center and work your way outward from there. If you want your outer world to be more organized start by turning inward, taking a few deep breaths, and listening to your heart.
Organize your thoughts in such a way that they generate good feelings. The better you feel the more effective you will be at organizing your day. Being organized generates more good feelings, and on and on it goes, creating an upward spiral of well-being.
If you experience a downward spiral it could be a sign that you're trying to organize your life from the outside in. This means...
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