We can experience a heightened sense of clarity and direction when we take time to go inside ourselves and through the practice of tuning out the opinions of others. In doing so we are able to open our eyes, and open our ears to that which we couldn't see and hear before. Allow all distractions and outside opinions to dissolve regularly, so you can see, hear, receive, and call-in what you must. 😌📡💫
Going within, in this way, is a form of self-care.//♥
Align with your true eyes daily.
Keep elevating, releasing and encountering. 🦋🙏🏾💫
To make room for what will. Vibrational house cleaning. //♻️//🦋
Every close relationship a woman has, she puts it into a womb. Women are naturally and organically nurturers and care givers, always birthing, nourishing, feeding, and supporting the growth of those we love and care for. No matter how much we try to chill on those we love, it's our nature to put them into an energetic womb and nurture them there. As we mature more and more into mindfulness, our understanding matures, our approach matures, and we learn to nourish, support, and birth things—remotely and from a healthy distance when necessary (or not at all). In required circumstances, knowing who and what to let go of, to let pass you by, and to allow to flow peacefully out of your energetic womb, is necessary for the total health and wellbeing of your mind, body, spirit, and soul.
In honor of #NationalWomensHealthWeek, @oursacredwomen and I collabed to remind us that yep, Women Are Sacred—mind, body, spirit, soul, including our health.
May we each live in positive alignment, balance, peace, love, joy, strength, mindfulness, and good health.
Look after your sacred self well, in whatever way nourishes, feeds, and heals you best. ♥
📝 Breath Notes
Every cell in your body requires oxygen to function properly. Fast and shallow breathing disrupts your body on a cellular level and heightens the risk of stress, anxiety, illness, dis-ease, depletes vitality, traps toxins, suppresses higher brain function, and so on.
Deep and slow breathing balances the nervous system, strengthens the immune system, increases vitality, heightens brain function, removes toxins from the body, and nourishes you on a cellular level.
// How you breathe is everything.
Spend more time with those who help you to breathe easier, deeper, and freer. ♥
Happy Mother's Day. 💓🙏🏾
My Grandmother Delia/my mother/yours truly.☺️✌🏾
Cheers to the cycle of motherhood.🦋🌕🌱🌿🌳🦄
I wasn't always free and didn't always practice self-love. Being free and loving the parts of myself that I was once self-conscious of was a deliberate shift I took back in the day. It made a huge difference in my life and freed me up/within/epically. My parents inspired my self love and appreciation when they realized I didn't have it in some areas. //
Like art in a museum, it's our awkwardness, weirdness, and our peculiar-ness, that makes us what we're supposed to be. We've been created—and curated—by the Most High.
My awkwardness growing up was my forehead and being suuuuper thin. I heard just about every forehead and skinny joke there is while growing up. Lol. 🤦🏾♀️
I was blessed to have both of my parents who appreciate beauty in all forms take time to fuel that same attribute and awareness in me.
I give thanks for the ability to evolve and grow into myself with love. I have friends who while growing up had a gap in their front teeth and they hated it. But, me, I LOVED it. Teeth gaps are so effortlessly beautiful to me and so are stretch marks. Stretch marks are reminders that we are growing beings and that our mind and body's intelligence both supports our growth. As mothers, stretch marks bear witness to our sacred power to carry, nurture and give birth. 💫 🙏🏾🦋 There's so many others that I could mention, but...I'll leave it there for now. 😊✌🏾
How about you? What part/s of yourself have you been self-conscious of, but are self-loving on now? (Or are wanting to begin self loving.)
What do you find beautiful about others that they don't often see beautiful on/about themselves?