Today’s article encourages us to learn from nature how to include and love ourself to make wise and joyful choices.
Can we allow joy when our to-do list is long? Are we too sick or frustrated to experience joy? To explore these answers and allow more joy into our life, read on…
No time for nature? Do you have more responsibilities on your to-do list than you can accomplish? Is your stress level too high to stop and smell the roses?
Today’s article is an example of living with the power of being responsible for our personal and spiritual growth, through lessons from the bald eagle.
There may be times when we’ve experienced stress for so long, that it’s become “normal.” Like the proverbial lobster in a pot, when we first we enter life’s waters, they may be cool. As the burner of life beneath us lights, warmth (stress) rises and is relayed to the water in the pot. As its temperature slowly rises, so does our stress.
Like us, Nature moves, changes, grows and communicates. We are not separate from what we call nature. By being aware of ourself within nature (and therefore our connection to it), we become open and receptive to her messages.
If we’d like to heal, we need to feel. Unfortunately, many of us are out of touch with what we feel emotionally and physically—thereby holding our healing at bay.
Like a smile can brighten our day, a happy “Hello!” can be a beautiful breeze that uplifts our spirits for a moment, a day, or lovingly linger for a lifetime. During holidays and any day, emotions can run high, and it’s ever-evident that the words we speak may be some of the greatest gifts that we give … and receive.
If we’re going through or recovering from trauma or stress, life can feel overwhelming and like “too much” to handle. As a coach for willpower and empowerment, I’m familiar with many ways to heal, and one of the most highly-effective and inexpensive methods is nature. In today’s article, we’ll take a look at very simple ways to allow ourself to quietly heal with the power of nature and restore tranquility to our souls.
Beauty blooms throughout our struggle to transform. Amidst the challenge, we might not have support from family and friends, and we might feel alone, crying out to the universe… are we THERE yet? How much longer do we need to be in this cocoon? Are we ever going to break out of our shell? And what comes next?