Self-care is a vehicle to wholeness. A vehicle we try, at our soul’s cost, to dismiss as wasteful, self-indulgent and unproductive. Yet, living in our over manufactured world, designed to separate us from our true self, wholeness is what we most need. When we rewild self-care -- commune with the natural world as a vital source of wholeness — we reopen the ancient portal of our ancestors. Let’s take off our shoes and enter reverently.
Your life obeys the law of diminishing return: once you’ve reached a point of saturation, the experience, no matter how impactful it was in the beginning, is going to peak. You won’t feel more bliss or satisfaction when you pile more into your agenda, instead, you will feel trapped by the demands of the choices before you. This is a recipe for a delicious life: learning how to curate your days so that you exit each task longing for more.
Personal transformation coalesces in the wilderness. There is no point delaying the discomfort of our inner alchemy. We must cross the threshold that separates the known from the unknown if we want the sweet taste of freedom. What appears to be a catastrophe becomes a beautiful framework for a meaningful life.
Each of us have parts of ourselves that are hidden from us. Any part that we have repressed or denied begins to take on tremendous energy, absorbing our nutrients and leaving us parched. We too, have an ecosystem of support ready and waiting for our call. Everything is waiting for you - go to the source.