Time seems to by flying by. It’s already the end of January. The year of the rabbit in motion.
I went to see my dear friend, who’s an osteopath, as my left shoulder had been hurting for some time. We spent 90 minutes together and the message conveyed was about cultivating life’s journey as a gardener. Being in acceptance of slow growth is requiring patience beyond any of my past experience. My romantic relationship, my two boys and Qineticare are teaching me how to trust in the perfection of life and its timing. Wow…it’s been really challenging to embrace the new pace of change as it plays out.
What areas of your life are nudging you to be more patient and trusting in the perfection of life? How does it feel to surrender to this way of being? Once again surrender as a becoming not a giving in or giving up. Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman comes to mind as I transition into this experience.
The other message being relayed is to “surrender any impatient claim for what I cannot yet have” while being asked to “soften my allegiance to my intellectual mind in favor of my heart knowing.” Letting go of my “desire to drive the unfoldment of my desires into form.” I am clearly entering space that makes me feel that I am out of my league.
What comes up for you as I share the above? What messages are you receiving that resonate with the above? What are you being asked to consider?
The water rabbit, they say, is a symbol of hope, harmony, and peace and invites us to slow down, rest, and focus on what is really important…
What is truly of most importance to you?
With love and gratitude,
36 Questions for Increasing Closeness?
The practice invites you to deepen the connection and bond with those around you.
To quote the study’s authors, “One key pattern associated with the development of a close relationship among peers is sustained, escalating, reciprocal, personal self-disclosure.” Allowing oneself to be vulnerable with another person can be exceedingly difficult, so this exercise forces the issue.
Learn from therapy to be a better leader in 2023
Netflix documentary called Stutz showcased the importance of therapy and tools needed for the mental health challenges we face.
It outlined his 3 key aspects of reality: pain, uncertainty, and constant work that it immediately translated to how we need to hold these aspects continuously for ourselves and those around us, including in the work environment.Read it here.
Live A Long, Happy Life with Dr. Mark Hyman
Food is the best medicine that helps the body perform its own miracles and cures disease to extending our lifespan
Food is the master controller, the conductor of these longevity pathways. – Dr Mark Hyman. Listen it here.
Define Your Fears Instead of Your Goals
We suffer more in imagination than in reality – Seneca
Tim Ferriss encourages us to fully envision and write down our fears in detail,” Think about your anxiety, the time of putting off. this practice can help you thrive in high-stress environments, training yourself to separate what you can control from what you cannot control. Watch Ted Talk here
Boost Your Health with the Wim Hof Breathing Method.
This breathing technique introduced by Wim Hof aims to increase energy and focus , boost the immune system and decrease stress levels. The breathing combines fast breathing with periods of holding breath. Read it here.
“There is a courage of happiness as well as a courage of sorrow.”
– Alfred Adler
“When head and heart come together, we shift from chaos to clarity.”
– feisal alibhai