Mindfulness | Writing Exercises & Reflections | Self-Care | Spirituality | Poetry
Writing is an avenue I use for self-care and self-expression. Sharing wellness wisdom has been my intention for starting this blog. You will find multiple wellness tools here on The Empowered Self Blog, including mindfulness, spirituality, self-care, writing exercises, short stories, and my favorite: poetry. As you move through different entries, take a moment to pause and feel what resonates. This blog is a snapshot into the incredible nature of wellness — empowering, expansive, and meant for embodiment.
Mind-body-spirit therapy can help nurture a stronger sense of self, alleviating the discomfort of forming an authentic identity that integrates all aspects of who you are.
Here are seven reminders as you encounter your next life change: Go slow so you can pivot along the way. You will undoubtedly make pivots.
Since there is nothing we can truly own, we suffer because of our desire to possess, control, hoard.
When things are handed to us, we rarely appreciate them as much as we do when we successfully struggle for the very same. Appreciate the hustle seasons in your life.
The relationships we are born into, and those we choose to nurture, play significant roles in how we see ourselves, how we feel about the world at-large, and who we allow to influence us.
Give yourself some movement, whatever size, so you can begin to shift and grow
Your heart is wiser than your mind. Don’t confuse the two.
If you were to catch a fish you didn’t like, I’m guessing you’d release it back into the water. Thoughts work the same way.
While building a strong professional relationship with your therapist is key to a collaborative process, here are important reminders as to why therapy needs to be time-limited.