You can’t save the world when you’re running on empty.
Aside from the toll it takes on your own body, mind and spirit, ignoring your need for self-care steals your capacity to be strongly, creatively, and lovingly present in the world.
This benefits no one.
[Body of Wisdom ~ Sacred Self Care description]
My innermost voice says I need to firmly establish a new, loving pace for myself if the work of my heart is to grow and flourish.
This requires some disappointment in the moment to hold out for joy and meaning in the future.
It’s one of the lessons I’m taking to heart as I get ready to teach Body of Wisdom ~ Mindfulness Practices for Sacred Self Care.
I’m excited to begin. Some participants have already written on the secret course page. From what they’ve said I know this is going to be an incredible learning and sharing among heart centered women. I’d love for you to be a part of it.
Class starts tomorrow evening. There’s still time to join us.
One thing I’m hearing from some of you is your plate is just too full at the moment to take this course. I want to say I hear you. I understand completely and I fully support you in not adding more things to your stack.
But if your plate is too full all the time maybe this course is something to consider. Classes will be recorded so you can listen at your leisure — even if that’s a month away.
Ok. That’s the end of my pitch. Many years ago when I was worrying over the outcome of a program I came across these words. I have no recollection who said them but they’ve always held true for me.
Insert lengthly memory banks search, coming up empty. Why does my brain not have Google installed?
I used to have these memorized. There were 4 lines. The one I remember:
Whoever comes are the right people.
May you have multitudes of care. Multitudes of love.