If you’ve found yourself stuck in a rut of feeling like you can’t move forward, you’re not alone. With adulthood comes a mundane routine that can be hard to break. However, if you want to improve your mental and physical health, you must break it. Here are tips to get you going.
Hope – Wellness
Join me September, October, and November, while I offer courses in Dexter, Hampden, Orono, and Dover-Foxcroft. Discover the truth behind the trends. We’ll cover how you can heal with
- Hope – plant-based, low-fat meals designed to reverse our impact on planet Earth,
- Grace – organic skincare made with ingredients you can pronounce that won’t add toxins to our water and soil,
- Ancient Wisdom – it’s time we stop listening to external sources and tune in to our internal cues. Forget Fads. Learn the Facts.
My deepest gratitude to the Dover-Foxcroft Public Library for making this talk and article possible. As Kim said when we were setting up the talk, “Seems like we all could use some mindfulness (and its benefits) now more than ever!!!!”
Allow me to give you basic tips on living mindfully and meditating.
Move if you don’t like where you are. Get yourself out of debt if you’re in over your head. Watch what you eat. Stop letting creditors, the food industry, and the health industry control your mind, body, spirit. Get healthy for your family and inspire your friends. Everyone’s watching, whether or not you know it; you’re already a role model. How are you showing up every day?
Be that ray of sunshine and make someone’s day brighter. Make a difference while you can.
To detox less, you need to live clean.
It seems so obvious, doesn’t it?
Yet our nation clearly misses the boat on this topic. Our water’s polluted partly because of the chemicals we use on our body when we shower, get out of the shower, and the rest of the day. Our air and food are polluted, and we pollute our minds with a constant stream of negativity.
“No one likes a reformed _____.” This is one of my go-to statements for teaching Compassion. It doesn’t matter what your soapbox is…fill in that blank with reformed “alcoholic, drug addict, sinner, omnivore.” In the spiritual world, it’s called Spiritual Egotism. Anytime we embark on a new lifestyle, we want to share our successes …