It’s the idea that how we think of ourselves will impact our lives. And that our lives impact everyone around us.
I took a picture of a page in a book. I believe the author is JK Rowling.
I read something “pretty cool” (thx Miley Cyrus) yesterday.
Here it is:
Your life is a message. What you decide to do with that life, and that means how you decide to earn a living, can inspire those around you. So make it worth something.
Believe in what you live.
I know you do. Maybe not right now, but you were preparing to live your life in this way soon. Maybe you already do it in small ways. Maybe you want to do it more. What’s your story?
I came across a great quote to maintain your vitality, positivity and momentum.
Once you know what you want, all you have to do after that is work hard to get it.
And if you really want it, really really want it… you will get it.
Because someone wise once told me, “you will get what you want as long as you want it more than anything else.”
Stay strong, have faith and carry on my lovely readers!
It’s simple, really, here it is:
Try it. It’s only 30 days. It’s not a large time commitment either. The steps are very simple. Basically you are practicing gratitude, counting your blessings, focusing on what is meaningful in your life, building relationships, exercising your body and fostering your spiritual health.
What do you think of this? Is it a load of crap? Will you be trying it?
I only remember being in Africa, a friend of mine getting Malaria, and his mum coming home from the pharmacy giving him a box of vials.
He immediately opened the bag, open the box, cracked open a vile and took the black liquid in like a shot of Tequila.
It was liquid B vitamin complex.
It wasn’t meant to cure his malaria, drugs would do that no problem, but it was meant to help his immunity.
What foods have vitamin B complex? I can never get it straight. Here is a handy chart:
Vitamin D can give you more energy, soothe muscles and make you happier!
Here are some foods with high levels of vitamin D:
Vitamin D supplements come in the form of tiny pills, or drops.
Do you take vitamin D supplements or just rely on foods and sunlight?
I bring it out at the end of a powerful rejuvenating yoga class: legs up the wall. In Sanskrit it is called Viparita Karani.
And it is just like it sounds. You lie on your back with your sit bones as close to the wall as is comfortable. Then, extend your legs up the wall, so that the backs of your legs are fully resting against it.
There are many, but here are five health benefits of legs up the wall posture.
It’s relieves tired leg muscles.
As your legs rest up the wall, tension is drained from the legs, feet and even hips if you have them elevated on a bolster or block.
It gives you all the benefits of an inversion asana, without the effort.
Inversion yoga poses can help to reverse the effects of gravity on your body, help regulate blood pressure, help move stuck fluids and even help to improve your digestion.
This yoga pose gives you all the benefits of an inversion, while you relax.
It helps to quiet the mind.
If you practice this pose for a period of time, recommended is 10 to 15 minutes, you may be better able to cultivate a quiet mind.
By fully releasing and relaxing your body, focusing on your deep inhalation’s and exhalations, you will evoke a meditative state.
It to rebalances your blood circulation.
This pose gives blood circulation a gentle boost towards the upper body and head, creating a pleasant rebalancing after standing or sitting all day.
Alleviates headaches and boosts energy
Since this pose calms the nervous system and balances unevenness of mood, it is known to reduce headache pain, freeing up energy to be used in more positive ways.