Creating Space for What You Love
Designating time to go within and to seek what brings you meaning, is an important avenue for self care, which is really, self repair.
Our life, like seasons, have purpose, and when we take the time to recognize the need for space, we can become even more mindful of what is important to us.
Our lives - which include not only the physical, but the mental and spiritual make up our essence. What we focus on, where we place our valuable time and with whom we spend our precious commodity with - all create whom we are and what is important to us.
At the end of life, life becomes really simple. There is not a great need for more stuff, more money or more prestige. There is, however, plenty of room for love, serenity and compassion.
The more we can focus, now, on what brings value to our lives, the more we can live with fewer regrets. We seek with purpose and we receive plenty of gratitude.
Space can help us to slow down, reevaluate and realign with what, and whom, matters most. Introspection helps us to identify what, in our life, needs cleaning up, keeping or discarding.
Here are a few ways to create space, so that your soul can open up ~
Declutter - not only physically, but emotionally and spiritually.
Making space for people/events that bring joy, not obligations.
Gratitude - a healthy, and daily dose, of what we are grateful for.
Release yourself from thinking you know best and keep an open mind.
Reaffirm to yourself, that autumn brings the much needed space for stillness, to go within, refocus and recenter.
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