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05 January 2009

Healing flows through my body

Healing flows through my body when I take a night out to do things I enjoy

Relaxation is important to my well-being. I take a night off each month to do something I enjoy because I know this leads to greater health and productivity. When I work, I do so with all my heart, and when I relax, I allow myself to be equally present and engaged with the activity at hand.

Sometimes I choose to watch a movie with friends. Sometimes I relish a hike through the woods. Other times, I simply prefer to stay home, curled up with a book.

Whatever I choose to do, taking time for myself renews my energy. When I go back to my routine tasks, I find myself more focused and productive, with a better perspective on the stressors in my life.

I am better able to deal with challenges that come up in my daily life when I have time set aside for relaxation. I am unapologetic about taking this time out because I know relaxation makes me a better person, more competent and better able to meet the needs of those around me when I return.

It doesn't matter what others tell me is a good use of my relaxation time. The point is that I, myself, thoroughly enjoy whatever I am doing and I engage in my own personal relaxation wholeheartedly, without guilt.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. What do I enjoy doing most?
2. When was the last time I allowed myself to do something relaxing just for myself?
3. Which upcoming evening can I plan to set aside for relaxation and fun?
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In Section: Personal reflection - This article belongs to category: Exercises

I have well-structured goals and stick to my deadlines

Deadlines excite me because I see them as long-awaited finish lines.  I am thrilled by the opportunity to accomplish my goals in victory.

Focusing on meeting my deadlines is a way to keep me motivated.  Because I like to finish everything I start, I feel energized by an approaching deadline.

Showing others that I can keep my word and meet my deadlines is empowering.  The pride I feel is indescribable knowing that people can trust me to get things done.  Being reliable is something I value in myself.

I picture myself in a well-planned race.  I know the path I am going to take and I am excited to run the course. Because I have prepared for my participation, I know I can reach the finish line victoriously.

As the finish line approaches, I surge forward.  This is how I live my life.  At the end of every finish line, a medal awaits me to reward me for my efforts.  Whether that medal is a kind word, a note of thanks, or a bigger prize, I am fulfilled and happy.

Once again, I have proven to myself that I am dependable and that I can take on anything I desire.  Sticking to well-structured goals and deadlines allows me to accomplish my tasks and reach greater heights.

Self-Reflection Questions:


1. Am I excited to accomplish my tasks?
2. How can I feel energized by an approaching deadline?
3. How do I feel when I have finished something I have started?
 

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Hate the sin, love the sinner.

Gandhi


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Nutritional content tables

Nutritional content tables    Find out how much calories, protein, carbs, cholesterol, vitamins and minerals your food contains.

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