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I let my body (ears to be specific) the music it wants to hear, it changes my body’s mood
Pause. Check-in. Listen. Attend. Keep going …
Water and sunshine, and a good deal of rest while I get over this wretched virus
Yes – keep yourself well hydrated, Lou Mu, and may you recover soon 💧 💦
Wishing you a speedy recovery🙂
I could show more appreciation by getting more sleep, eating better, excercising, and, my favorite, long baths.
By replenishing it with gentle meditation at least twice today (and why not twice tommorrow and twice overmorrow, too); by carrying out each movement with care and gentleness; by appreciating the magic of the universe inside—eight octillion atoms, gently dancing to the rhythm of life. 🙂
Get plenty of sleep. It’s the foundation for good health.
I got up. I’m standing. It’s functioning.
intuitive eating – mindful eating – positive self talk when looking in the mirror – meditating / saying thanks to my body while in the shower
Clean it regularly.
I can show more appreciation for my body by focusing on what it can do vs. what it can’t do many more because of age/injury.
I can show more appreciation for my body today with more self- awareness and gratitude and also by paying more needed attention to it…!
I put my right hand on my left shoulder, my left hand on my lower right ribs, tilt my head to rest on my right shoulder, gently hug myself and say “Oh honey, it’s okay”, I get up and have my day
That’s wonderful. Blossom – a new way to hug 🤗-thank you 😊
I can show more appreciation for my body today by resolving to eat more healthy foods.
Letting the sun rays on my skin for 10 mins and taking my daily 3 mile walk in the foothills. One glass of water with a lemon slice and so grateful to be alive today.
Oh, so many ways I can show more appreciation for my body. The basics would be feeding my soul regularly, feeding my body healthily and exercising my body regularly. Seems so simple…
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