April is derived from the Latin aperire, “to open”, referring to the time of the year when flowers and trees open, baby birds’ hatch, and spring awakens. 1. Declutter One of the best ways “to open” on the physical plane is to declutter and cleanse your physical environment. Clutter is a roadblock to finding thingsContinue reading “April: 5 Ways to Build on Open-Minded Awareness”
March is named after Mars, the ultimate Roman warrior of heroic actions. Surrendering and letting go are actions of personal strength and power – not defeat. 1. Observe Compulsive Thoughts Thoughts stalk you in your sleep, at a party, or while hiking with friends. They beat you to the office before you begin the workday.Continue reading “March: 6 Ways of Letting Go”
February, derived from the Latin term februum for the purification ritual Februa, was a time of cleansing. February is also known as the month of love – a time to remember the importance of compassion – toward others as well as yourself. 1. Listen to your Heart When you come into the world, love isContinue reading “February: 5 Ways to Build Compassion”
January is named for Janus, the Roman god of gates and doorways. You start the year with your own doorway.
Water consumed the wrong way becomes the reason for most shocking health problems like migraine, joint pain, weak digestion, skin problems, hair fall and feeling lethargic, heart and kidney issues.