Self Care Practices for Good days and Bad Days — From Be Inspired..!!

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Your body sends constant signals, telling you what’s good for you and what’s not working. It has an inner guidance system that tries to get you to pay attention to any adjustments you need to make in your life. For example, your headache and tense shoulders may be a sign of an unresolved issue that’s causing you distress.Inconvenient as they are, these pains are your allies, begging you to look up and see what’s not working in your life. It’s easy to become too busy and ignore any discomfort in our bodies until it becomes worse. Don’t ignore potentially important messages from your body!

Here are some of the self care practices for good days:

  1. Meditate
  2. Practice Yoga
  3. Declutter your closet
  4. Write a list of things you love about yourself.
  5. Practice Gratitude
  6. Watch the sunrise/sunset
  7. Practice positive affirmations
  8. Walk in nature
  9. Stargaze
  10. . Exfoliate and moisture your…

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Soul Sunday – Gratitude

 

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Being in the attitude of gratitude.

An instant mood lifter.

Practice as soon you wake and as you close your eyes to sleep.

What are you thankful for right now? Look around your space…

I’m thankful for my beautiful dog laid on the floor next to me, who brings me joy, love and comfort. I’m grateful for the bed I’m sat in it’s soft, warm and comforting and holds me whilst I’m sleeping. I’m grateful that I have a home to live in that shelters me and keeps me warm. I’m thankful for my warm cup of tea. I’m grateful I can hear the birds singing outside my room.

My list can go on, but you get the idea.

It helps to start writing them down, your own private gratitude journal because the physical acts of thinking it, saying it, writing it and seeing it involves more of your senses so affirms it in your subconsciousness.

Give it a go

It’s easy

You can do it

Have a good day x

What Are You Grateful For Today?

Happiness is gratitude

I have been practicing this a lot lately.

If I notice my thoughts starting to sink into the pity party and crack out the party poppers, I say, either out loud if I’m alone or in my head…

STOP!!!

What are you grateful for today?

Then I start reeling out the answers.

Try it…. it will help!

This is a classic meditation by the amazing Louise Hay…. I love this meditation, really helps me focus on being grateful for all the small things we take for granted.

Love to you all x