"Spring Cleaning" For The Mind, Body, And Spirit
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Spring is on the horizon, which means that many of us will strive to declutter our environments with the annual ritual of purging, merging, organizing, and eliminating.
This in an effort to live “lighter” and more efficiently.
Want to enhance your quality of life even more? Don’t stop there.
Consider the benefits of cleaning and purging your mind, body, and spirit… for optimal well-being and comfort. Here’s how to make it happen.
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Your mind of past grudges, bitterness, unresolved issues, and negative self-talk. Remember, “As a man thinketh, so it is.”
Get Rid Of…
Toxic relationships that cause you excessive stress and rob you of a good night’s sleep.
As a popular author once wrote, “Don’t waste the pretty.”
Social commitments that you no longer enjoy or those that deplete you.
Ask yourself, “Does this continue to reflect my life’s values and priorities?” Assess and act accordingly.
Your time with more reverence and wisdom. Spend it in pursuit of things that really matter—activities and events that perhaps advance your career, strengthen your family ties, or bring personal enjoyment and a sense of “escape” from the world’s chaos.
If you govern your time like you do your money, you’re likely to have fewer regrets.
Yesterday’s disappointments and face the future with renewed hope and faith.
In the book Trust Your Life, author Noelle Sterne reminds us that “ Every moment of our lives has been part of an all-encompassing Purpose, and that this purpose proceeds by divine order.”
Of unhealthy habits—like smoking, over-eating, and risky behaviors. Make 2016 a year devoted to better decisions and a better way of life. As Ralph Waldo Emerson states: “Health is the greatest wealth.”
This spring, don’t just clean up your surroundings; clean up your “temple” for greater peace, joy, and optimal functioning.
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