I’m live on the radio this week (3/11 at 5pm ET/2pm PT) and you can listen by visiting HayHouseRadio.com. You can also call for coaching at (866) 254-1579. I’d love for you to join me.
My friend and colleague, Robert Holden, has just entered the world of PBS with a show called: Shift Happens: Live an Inspired Life. It’s playing throughout the United States all month long and I hope you’ll check it out. Robert is a warm and witty speaker, beloved by many, and you’re sure to gain valuable wisdom while being fully entertained . You can find a station near you by going here.
Have a great week!
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Topic of the Week
Almost every day I post something on my Facebook page in the hopes that it inspires, informs, challenges, or entertains the wonderful people who have joined me there. Recently I posted this affirmation:
I had been writing all morning with a heating pad wrapped around my shoulders. It felt warm and cozy on a cold winter morning and I was inspired to share it as an example of the kinds of small actions we could take every day to feel good.
After posting the affirmation, I invited people to share the things they do to honor their sensuality and I loved the ideas so much, I wanted to share some of them with you.
Doing things that bring you pleasure is great way to build your “feel good” muscles. Here are some simple, great examples…
Good ideas, huh? Take a few and add them to your life this week. Think outside the box. Bring comfortable slippers to work, make your own playlist of relaxing music for your next massage (trade foot rubs with a friend if you can’t yet afford a massage), find the perfect mug to host your tea or coffee, or put a favorite piece of art where you’ll see it everyday.
Honoring your senses is good self-care and another perfect “feel good” strategy for your soul.
Take Action Challenge
Do something this week to connect with your wild and wonderful sensual side .
If you haven’t seen this video of the dancing Nana, check it out. She’s got the moves and a little bit of sassiness, too! You can find it here.
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