Self-Care is optional. You don’t have to use your self-care tools, but if you don’t, you’ll starve yourself of an abundance of opportunities. Why do that to yourself?
This is the third in a series of articles that explain why self-care is imperative if we want to call in our dream life and business. I wanted to give you a ton of self-care options to complement what you’ve already learned (or reminded yourself of!)
Previously in the ‘Self-Care for Business Owners’ Series.
Check out part-one here, where you’ll discover; A bird’s-eye view of what self-care actually is and why it is pivotal for the success of business owners and the success of our businesses.
Check out part-two here, where you’ll find; 5 nuggets of wisdom to help you break the “I’m too busy for that.” cycle.
Here I’m, compiling for you a list of self-care options, tools, strategies, activities, ideas, or processes. You may find they either take you back to alignment or steadiness if you’re having a wobble, or they’ll sustain your already good feeling, embodied, steady place, if you’re already on a roll.
They won’t all work for you. Different ones will work at different times. Be open to the idea of trying new options when your current tools aren’t quite hitting the mark. Revisit those you haven’t used in a while, you’ll now have the benefit of new perspectives.
You’ll know they’re working if you feel better as a result of doing them. These practices serve to take our minds off the day-to-day challenges we inevitably experience. If you allow them to, they’ll take you closer to the awareness of your non-physical, energetic, soul, soul, spirit, inner-being, God-self, essential-self, or whatever you choose to call that larger magical aspect of ourselves which brings mystery, magic, connection, wisdom and oneness to our experience.
Do you use your tools to bring you closer to that awareness?
There are a million that I’ve undoubtedly forgotten! Please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any additions to this list that you’ve found really helpful. Please send only location-independent links.
|The Whelm Wheel||https://www.subscribepage.com/thewhelmwheel|
|The Focus Wheel by Abraham Hicks|
|Byron Katie’s ‘The Work’||https://thework.com|
Channeled Teachings –
|Complementary Therapies –|
Donna Eden Energy Work
Indian head massage
The Sedona Method
Hanging out with your pets
Art and crafts-
Diet and Nutrition –
|Inner child healing for healthy eating||https://www.vanessamclennan.com|
Anat Baniel Method
Bold and Italic = highly recommended by me.
Italic = Highly recommended by someone I know and trust.
Plain Text = a resource which was recommended by someone I don’t know.
If there’s no link – Google is your friend.