• DO identify the areas of your life that need some work and plan specific improvements that incorporate the changing seasons.
• DO let go of what you don’t need (physical, mental, and emotional habits that undermine your health) and bring in what you need anew (accepting positive health habits that will satisfy your soul)
• DO take a break from the TV to be more creative, or read by candlelight without the electrical vibrations at night, or just sit quiet to meditate and listen
• DO get more outside exercise and spend more time in nature
• DO take hikes, plant a garden, or work in a community garden
• DO create a balanced fitness program or modify the one you are already following that will support your healthy, body/mind happiness (try yoga, pilates, etc.)
• DO consider a special and specific detoxification program. This could include substance avoidance (off sugar and caffeine, for example)
• DO renew all aspects of your Life. Go through your piles of papers, your clothes, and the corners of rooms in areas that haven’t seen light for years. Don’t be afraid to let go and let things flow. Give things away, have a garage sale, and recycle or re-circulate what you can.
• DO begin to gently, yet seriously, re-evaluate the key areas of your life - work (career), relationships, and health. Again, look at what undermines your potential in these worlds and allow clear guidance, suggestions, and actions to arise in your being. Try to be more aware of the subtle areas of life and the effects of foods. How does the food you eat make you feel. Increased vitality and improved health will change how you view your life and how much energy you have to create positive change for yourself.
• DO have freshly squeezed juices and herbal teas as are vitalizing, highvibration nourishment.
• DO indulge in aromatherapy and smelling the beautiful sweetness of the spring flowers will soother your soul as well.
• DO be earth-aware and earth-friendly. Be conscious of where things come from and where they go - and the real cost of products you use - such as plastics and chemical products. Re-use and re-cycle. Support more earthconscious businesses and products.
• DO take occasional food fasts (instead of fast foods), substance breaks, and even appliance (electromagnetic) and news/TV vacations
• DO something that uplifts your spirit, such as caring for a loved one or an elderly neighbor. Trust your heart and feed it joyful experiences. Put your spirit on the line for what you believe. Doing for another is key to completing the circle of life, called love. Building community is a positive change for earth as well as for our spirit.
I was requested to participate as a Keynote Speaker at the annual Christian Women of Year Luncheon taking place on April 25, 2015 at the Doubletree Hotel in Sacramento. I was humbly surprised and honored to received this request but I am scared and very nervious. So I’ve asked that Jesus take the wheel in preparing my presentation for this special group of women. A spring cleansing and spiritual renewal is just what I need for continued motivation. And our feature story on little Ms. Mo’ne Davis (page 6) has totally inspired me to continue my pursuit in writing my own memoir. This little girl is phenomenal at age 13, now designing her own line of sneakers for girls called M4D3. Stories like Mo’ne Davis encourage me to be the very best that I can be while helping others to do the same.
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God’s way is always right. It doesn’t always make sense—in fact... it is often mysterious. It can seldom be explained. It isn’t always pleasurable and fun. But I have lived long enough to realize that His way is always right. I believe that not until we embrace God’s sovereignty will we have the ability to reason our way through life. Until then we will be too important in the plan. Man’s opinion will be too significant to us. And we will churn and wrestle and struggle our way through this Christian life, trying too hard to please people rather than living it relieved and relaxed in His plan. —Wisdom for the Way: Wise Words for Busy People by Charles R. Swindoll
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