Are you ready to shake off the heaviness of recent months?
Would you like to feel lighter and brighter in the gentlest and most natural of ways?
Do you find yourself procrastinating because there aren’t enough hours in the day, or any willing participants to join you?
The questions above will have many of us reverently nodding our heads in agreement. But we can implement little changes for the better immediately once we decide to say YES to the call of our hearts, turning our back on the mind and its multitude of get-out clauses.
The summer season is a great time to try out new activities and create healthier habits, with all of those wonderful extra hours of daylight. The simplest, most unassuming of feel-good routines often deliver the greatest results, yet these daily or weekly commitments needn’t ever become a chore, rely on comrades, nor cost the earth. They can, quite literally, be as free and easy as opting to walk to work to bask in the sweet fresh air as opposed to driving. Or making a point of taking a proper lunch break outdoors and heading to the serenity of a park several times a week instead of eating on the go at the desk.
Which isn’t to dissuade the joining of gyms, yoga classes, or team sports!
One of the best ways to ensure that any new way of living takes root is to make scheduling a weekly priority. Look at the days stretching out in front of you realistically and see where you can switch things around to fit in that much-earned (and much yearned for) hour of gardening, walk in the woods, after work swim, or the beginner’s kayaking/SUP session you’ve been promising yourself.
Sometimes showing up for any of these activities may mean sacrificing an episode of our favourite Netflix series. But the outcome will be worth it!
Even those of us who have coasted the proverbial wave of this pandemic and remained in relatively high spirits, need to be mindful that we are getting outside enough and connecting with nature. The vitality the body absorbs from the sun goes beyond mere Vitamin D. Just as we benefit from daily exposure to air, ground, and tree prana, summer is the optimum time to ensure we are receiving a good dose of solar prana.
Prana translates from Hindu as life force; the universal energy flowing in and around the body. Its tiny particles surround us, and, when the body and its chakras are depleted of prana, malfunctions can occur – not just physically, but mentally and emotionally too. Indeed, there is much wisdom in some of the old fashioned sayings such as ‘an early morning walk is a blessing for the whole day’ and ‘fill your lungs, clear your mind’…
But the words in this blog are just the tip of the iceberg. If you would like to learn more about what Pranic Healing can do for you, (your family and your friends) the summer is also the perfect time to sign up for a course. Now that restrictions have eased, there are a variety of fascinating Pranic Healing courses underway all over the UK to help you not only mentally and physically, but financially and spiritually too.
We look forward to seeing you and helping you set out on that life-changing journey!