When Nothing Makes Sense….Relax!

Did you ever wake up not wanting to face the day? There’s nothing particularly wrong but you just feel out of control?

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Thats what happened to me this morning.  Last night I went to bed early, slept well snuggled up to the love of my life but this morning, I woke with a sense of forbearing. An awful feeling, something terrible today is going to happen.  My energy levels are low, & I don’t feel like doing much of anything at the moment – so guess what? I’m not going to. I’m listening to my body and staying under the duvet for as long as I need.  No point racking my brains for a solution to a non existent problem.  There’s also no sense in getting up, and throwing myself into things when I don’t have the energy.  Well meaning people say “Get up & go for a walk you’ll feel better” but I don’t actually want to.  This morning brought me to the realisation, nobody knows my body better than I do. Nobody can tell me what’s best for me. Which is why this morning, I feel no guilt about staying in bed.  This experience has also made me realise sometimes things happen for absolutely no reason at all, and when they happen this way we must just relax and move with them. There is nothing wrong with me, but if I see a problem, I’ll begin to fight and therefore I’ll face a battle that may become an unnecessary war.  For me, peace means so much more.

Did you ever have one of those days? What did you do?

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Why Buy What You Already Have?

imageThere’s an old Lancashire saying “There’s Nowt Stranger than Folk” and it’s true.  If we go to the fridge and there’s enough food, we don’t go and buy more.  If we’ve eaten a hearty meal, we don’t just eat another, so why do we spend vast amounts of money for someone to solve problems we already have the answers to? It’s a complex question, but often it’s more difficult to look internally than externally – why? Because looking inwardly can reveal things about us we’d rather not admit or face. We live and work on automatic pilot, often jeopardising our own health – anything but face our problems head on. Then when our body grinds to a halt & our mental health suffers, we seek out therapy. The mind is a powerful tool, when relaxed it can help us rationalise and make sense of things in a way we can’t do when it’s busy. This is why meditation is key to our mental & physical wellbeing.

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