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Everything has a vibrational energy, even us. The energies we use throughout the day are also strongly connected to our minds, meaning when we tune in to these vibrations it can guide us and boost us in our goals and intentions in life.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle isn't just about our diet and exercise. The complexities of our mind are also in play and it can be tricky to master. Having morning rituals and understanding how our energy fluctuates during the day can really help to piece it all together.
Recognising what is actually draining your energy could be easier than you might think. By exploring the four elements that make up our energy, we can identfy which area is taking away from us and not helping the situation. Once we recharge we feel like we can take on whatever is in front of us. As with most things, practice makes perfect but here's a good start that anyone can implement right away.
Energy is all around us. Wether we reach for another coffee, grab the chocolate bar or try and attempt an afternoon nap, we all have to build it up in some way. However, it's so much more than that. Explore these four elements and and see for yourself how much more is actually available to you.
"Dance with the waves, move with the sea, let the rhythm of the water set your soul free" - Christy Ann Martin
Our energy is in an increasing state of flux for all of us as we manage our day. From our workload, managing the household, and parenting, we are constantly shifting - propelling and slowing - as our energy fluctuates hour by hour. Sometimes minute by minute, especially if the kids drain us with tantrum after tantrum or demand after demand.
The idea that women have long been strong competitors is a myth. Although disappointingly it’s an agenda which we still see pushed in unpleasant narratives. Women are pitted against each other in the motherhood stakes, in our businesses and in this idea of having to achieve, or at least achieve better than our neighbour.
Recently, I read a story. It’s not a new story, it’s not a good story, but sadly it’s still a story we hear day in day out even in this modern, supposedly progressive era. This particular fairy-tale, which I read to my four-year-old daughter before she fell asleep, was full of nonsense. Patronising nonsense, debilitating nonsense under the guise of true love and kingdoms. When you start to read a story about a princess, most four-year-olds will insist you finish it.
Amongst all of our discussions on the various phases, the moon cycle, and unlocking of our Infradian rhythm in the Unlocking Your Cycle blog series, there is something else which I feel is worthy to talk about. And that is, our Inner Critic. We all have one and it can be our uprising or our downfall depending on how we navigate that little inner voice which is, in essence, there to protect us, encourage us, and rally us to live our best life.
Our period can feel like a massive limitation to us and how we live our lives. It’s almost like something is getting in our way every month. We can grow to resent it, which often is the reason we start suppressing it with hormonal birth control, in an effort to 'control' our bleeds and live how we feel we should. But here's the thing.
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