Today’s tip is brought to you courtesy of Cards Against Anxiety created by Dr. Pooky Knightsmith.
As I said yesterday, February is all about love.
“In stillness, I find my centre and hear the messages meant for me.”
Stillness is an anchor that returns us to ourselves and our true path. Schedule a time to rest and be still. To sit for just a few minutes in stillness, breathing, being calm, letting life flow.
Notice how much time in stillness feels nourishing for you. Even for a few minutes being still and centring yourself can have a huge impact on your mental state.
This kind of activity he’s nourishing for your soul. Anything that is nourishing for your soul is Soul Love, self-love.
Being still and allowing thoughts and feelings to come and go allows you to anchor yourself. To ground yourself.
Be still. Be love.
For 2020 I didn’t make New Year’s resolutions, I chose to just love me. So, in effect, I made love my word of the year.
People have been choosing a word of the year for many years now. By choosing a word we focus on that word, incorporating it into our lives for good and positive changes we wish to make.
Why not try a word for 2021 rather than making resolutions you probably can’t realistically keep?
One of the things I find with self care is what we can actually do. It’s all very well saying we are going to practice self care, but we can often be left feeling stumped by what we should do.
Below are some suggestions to get started on the self care journey, even when ideas seem to be evading us.
A simple thought to keep us all moving forward when we feel like life is making us feel down.