Yesterday began with the usual aches and pains of Fibromyalgia, but after lunch the bright blue sky and cool breezes inspired me to push through fatigue and venture out for a walk in the hood…
Do you ever make yourself do something and then afterwards you feel so glad and so grateful that you did it?
Well that is what happened with yesterday’s walk. The sunshine felt so amazing, and I felt like my whole being opened up to the healing energies available in the green trees all around me…
And then, quite spontaneously, I celebrated the change of seasons by creating the following affirmations for Autumn… Perhaps these will inspire you to make your own affirmations for Autumn! (Or Spring if you’re in the Southern Hemisphere!) ~
~ I choose to let go of worries.
~ I choose to be happy (even when feeling tired and sick).
~ I choose to generate the energy of Love and to send that energy of Love out into the Universe!
What do you choose for the season ahead?
Background photo of orange flowers by Sue Hughes on Unsplash.
When the Earth energies are revving up in Springtime, it is super important to keep calming your nervous system. In addition to the usual suggestions for healthy food, regular exercise, and good sleep, here are 3 daily practices you can do to help yourself feel calm and grounded in Spring:
1. Go barefoot outside ~ This is one that I am really going to try to do each and every day. Simply go outside barefoot for five minutes! Put your bare feet on grass or soil, not on concrete. Tune in, and see if you can feel any energies coming into the soles of your feet. If there is any sunshine, that is a bonus, but try to do this even if it’s raining (as long as it isn’t too cold).
2. Listen to something soothing ~ Lie on your back for 20-30 minutes and listen to peaceful music or a visualization with guided imagery. Have a listen to my free chakras meditation, and let me know how you like it.
3. Journal at bedtime ~ As per the usual suggestions, turn off your computer and phone at least an hour or two before bedtime. Yes, I know, we have all broken that rule once or twice (wink, wink). After turning off your devices, sit down with your journal or notebook and write for 10-15 minutes. This can help to settle you before bedtime.
I hope these practices are helpful to you. If you have any questions, feel free to comment down below, or send me a private message via the Contact form.
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