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Ease in motion

by | Apr 1, 2015 | Uncategorized

Self care is essential to our well being.  It’s something that many of us neglect, and wonder why we end up exhausted, depleted and burnt out.

Common self care prescriptions for overwhelm and burn out are things like massages, spa treatments, retreats, yoga classes, daily meditation, surfing and long beach walks.

But is this enough?

Don’t get me wrong, I could happily engage in any (or all!) of these activities, and I have no doubt I’d leave feeling refreshed and revitalised. But more and more I’m getting the feeling that we’re missing the point.

What if self care was less of an activity that we took time out of our day to do, and was more a way of being in the world?  What if we lived and breathed self care?

Let us embody all the self care represents on a moment by moment basis.

Let us bring ease, kindness, wisdom, grace and gratitude into the way that we interact in the world, and into the way we interact with ourselves.  Every day.

So that life becomes a fluid and joyful, rather than forced and effortful.

Ease in motion.

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    Love it Lauren! xxx

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