How to weather the storm
There is so much ‘noise’ out there, we cannot think straight can we? The media gives us a different story every day, every newsflash, every twitter, facebook, newspaper headlines, differs, full of fear, upset and sensation. Who do you believe?
Finding Inner Peace Within
You need to find quiet and peace, inner peace, so that you can find the positives to your lives. You need to shut out the noise and find the inner peace within.
It is time, my lovelies, to
Reboot. Recharge. Re-set. Re-start.
There is never a better time to re-connect with your friends, and families, to volunteer, to set yourself goals and to smash them. To recognise what is real and what is false. To accept what is and to work your best around the situation. To live in nature and to live in the moment.
As the weeks go on, I will share some more insights with you to see how I am coping with this situation, given my mental health needs.
I am going to openly share how I work hard to keep my thoughts positive, to not lower my vibration and to ensure that I am the best I can so that I can help other people.
You see, I know how it feels to worry and stress and think the worst. But no more. Now is the time to feel the strength within you, to continue and to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
I have worked so hard to get where I am, I am not going back. Ever. So if I can help others make it through this and to head to towards a new pathway in your life, then I’m here for you.
Sharing positivity is the key not negativity and finding gratitude in the life you have now is so important to help you weather the storm.
Finding inner peace within comes in so many forms, so keep yourself well by protecting your immune system. Eat well, sleep well, meditate, exercise, read…..nurture yourself and your body and protect yourself from everyone’s fear. It is not always yours, so make sure you protect yourself to stay safe.
So today, I send you my love. A Huge virtual hug and say to you, from the bottom of my heart, that everything is going to be okay. This, too, will pass. Don’t forget, I’m here if and when you need me.
The Lifestyle Concept