Welcome to "Nourish You."

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First, I would like to honor you for taking this time to invest in yourself.  This is going to be a beautiful 6 weeks of exploring, letting go and stepping into your truth!  In order to live in alignment with our intentions, we must create that energy that is a vibrational match. We will become conscious creators of our reality! So excited to be on this journey with you! If you need me during this time, please use the FACEBOOK group or feel free to message me. I am honored to be your guide through this amazing walk! 

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Here are your journal prompts for this week:

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Remember to set this time aside to do your journaling- perhaps find a quiet place, where you can go to focus and honor this special time.

 

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* What is your current relationship with your body?

* How do you feel about your body/shape?

* How do you nurture/honor your body?

* Do you allow your body rest?  How so?

* Make a list of 20 things you love about your body?

* In what ways would you like to love your body more?


Some food for thought and exercises for loving and accepting our bodies.

(Take what serves you and leave the rest.)

  1. Think of your body as the vehicle to your dreams. Honor it. Respect it. Fuel it.

  2. Create a list of all the things your body lets you do. Read it and add to it often.

  3. Become aware of what your body can do each day. Remember it is the instrument of your life, not just an ornament.

  4. Create a list of people you admire: people who have contributed to your life, your community, or the world. Consider whether their appearance was important to their success and accomplishments.

  5. Walk with your head held high, supported by pride and confidence in yourself as a person.

  6. Don’t let your weight or shape keep you from activities that you enjoy.

  7. Wear comfortable clothes that you like, that express your personal style, and that feel good to your body.

  8. Count your blessings, not your blemishes.

  9. Think about all the things you could accomplish with the time and energy you currently spend worrying about your body and appearance. Try one!

  10. Be your body’s friend and supporter, not its enemy.

  11. Consider this: your skin replaces itself once a month, your stomach lining every five days, your liver every six weeks, and your skeleton every three months. Your body is extraordinary—begin to respect and appreciate it.

  12. Every morning when you wake up, thank your body for resting and rejuvenating itself so you can enjoy the day.

  13. Every evening when you go to bed, tell your body how much you appreciate what it has allowed you to do throughout the day.

  14. Find a method of exercise that you enjoy and do it regularly. Don’t exercise to lose weight or to fight your body. Do it to make your body healthy and strong and because it makes you feel good. Exercise for the Three F’s: Fun, Fitness, and Friendship.

  15. Think back to a time in your life when you felt good about your body. Loving your body means you get to feel like that again, even in this body, at this age.

  16. Keep a list of 10 positive things about yourself—without mentioning your appearance. Add to it daily!

  17. Put a sign on each of your mirrors saying, “I’m beautiful inside and out.”

  18. Search for the beauty in the world and in yourself.

  19. Consider that, “Life is too short to waste my time hating my body this way.”

  20. Eat when you are hungry. Rest when you are tired. Surround yourself with people that remind you of your inner strength and beauty.


 

Affirmations:

 

1. My body deserves love.

2. I am perfect, whole, and complete just the way I am.

3. I feed my body healthy nourishing food and give it healthy nourishing exercise because it deserves to be taken care of.

4. I love and respect myself.

5. It’s okay to love myself now as I continue to evolve.

6. My body is a temple. I want to treat it with love and respect.

7. My body is a gift.

8. Food doesn’t have to be the enemy, it can be nurturing and healing.

9. Life is too short and too precious to waste time obsessing about my body. I am going to take care of it to the best of my ability and get out of my head and into the world.


                        HAPPY MEDITATING!


 

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