Take 30 seconds. Yes, just 30 seconds. Relax. Reflect.
Stretch. Reflect. Act.
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When I get so busy that I’m three days behind in my tear-off calendar, I know it’s time for a change. Especially since each message is only two or three sentences AND based on the book “Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much”!
That’s a sign I need to “take time to smell the roses,” as my dad used to say.
Taking a pause to send prayers and healing energy to the people of Nepal and to all of those who have been affected by the devastating earthquake.
Many Bhutanese refugees have come from Nepal to resettle here in Akron. They are my neighbors. They are our neighbors.
Qi. Vital energy. Universal energy. It is in us and all around us, like a saturated sponge in a bathtub of warm water. A great technique for making your drive time more Qi-full is to consciously follow your breath.
My roots are the woods. Literally. I was conceived at Camp Ledgewood, the Girl Scout camp in Peninsula. No – it was legitimate! My parents were the caretakers of the camp.
The forest is part of my cellular memory. I feel at home in the woods. It’s one of my favorite places to get rejuvenated. Where do YOU go to relax and refresh your body, mind and spirit?
At each seasonal change, I lead a Qigong session in one of our Metro Parks. Until we meet again, practice this exercise to get engergized and build better balance.
Emerging from Winter, we enter Spring, Nature’s New Year. Still a bit in the dark, this is the time to visualize without limits what this new year could hold for us.
What might that look like for you?
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