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Self Care: The Most Important Thing You Can Do

Posted by on September 3, 2020 in Health, Prevention with 0 Comments

Video Source: Dr. Sue Morter

Dr. Sue Morter talks about the importance of self-care. Self-care is something most of us seek, or desire to seek. It feels elusive because we hit the ground running and don't stop. Self-care is a byproduct of being present.


So how to do self-care? When we feel intimidated or twist ourselves into a knot to try to fit in, we are running from our greatness & our ability to self-care. Discover how to build circuits and infuse love into your protective patterns so that you stop running.

Self-care is a byproduct that occurs when we stop. So what exactly is self-care? It is not ignoring your true self because that action leads to the belief that you need a type of self-care that often feels inaccessible.

Come home to the Self. Breathe more deeply in your belly, feel those uncomfortable feelings, & open your heart. Train your mind to get off the story that you are not enough or that life is hard. The result is life is a delight and self-care just is.

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