Hi, again, this is Denise, and I’m in what’s called “Movement Restriction Control” in my hometown here. That means we need to stay home, stay off the grounds, and only go out for food, doctors, or absolute necessities.
And I’m getting along OK at this time.
Wee talked yesterday about how important it is to keep a routine during times of stress, a regular rising and sleeping, eating, tidying, talking to friends, and so on.
What is important for your routine? Take a moment and ask yourself that question. Then, be sure to do it.
As a life coach and energy practitioner (I’m a Certified Body Code Practitioner), I keep a routine of getting fresh air during the daytime hours. And I love that I get to be by a big body of water to feel its rhythms.
Every morning, I get up and throw open the patio door to see where the tide is at, who’s out fishing, and if there are any rainclouds.
I breathe in the fresh air, I feel the wind (if there is any), and I do my stretches on the balcony.
l the further I can get outside these days, but even an open window and a fan (weather permitting, of course), can make all the difference in your days.
And, of course, if the air is polluted...well, that’s another story.
So, I encourage you to add some good, healthy, outside air into your lungs and into your home. Speak your gratitudes to the birds outside and the trees as they wave to you.
Sending you blessings from my heart,
Certified Body Code Practitioner, life coach and energy healer, former non-profit executive with years of experience in caring for and about people and their place in this world. Friend of refugees and immigrants, ally to the addiction recovery community--all with respect, love, and compassion for mutual healing.