Healing Is a Game of Balance

As a Medical Intuitive I get the honor of helping people heal. I love paying attention to people that share their lives with me and helping them understand how their choices affect how they feel and the quality of their health.

Healing is a game of balance.

All of the things we choose to say yes and no to in a day ultimately affect our health and well being. There are a few questions I regularly ask my clients to help them find healing and balance.

Where are you giving your energy and focus? What is giving energy and focus back to you? As simple as these questions are, so many physical imbalances and health issues can be caused by living a life that is depleting.

So often we forget that it is OUR responsibility to rebuild our energy and rejuvenate our bodies and minds — it doesn’t just happen on its own. When we notice our body squeaking with headaches, constipation, fatigue, and insomnia — it is our bodies way of saying,” Hello! Remember me? Can I please get some TLC?”

How many times this week have you said you are stressed, or tired, or beat? And how many of those times did you stop to take a deep breath and ask yourself what you could do to rebuild or rejuvenate yourself? Imagine your body as having a battery – just like your cell phone. Start taking inventory of how you’re feeling! Don’t expect your body to recharge itself.

Think to yourself, “What gives me energy? What is taking away my energy?”

I often ask clients to make a list of things that are rejuvenating and a list of things that are depleting in their day to day lives. So often the depleting list is incredibly long while the rejuvenating list is pretty short. I remind clients that once they notice something starts to feel depleting its important to balance it out with something rejuvenating.

Some things that can be rejuvenating:

  • Reading or listening to music
  • Taking a nap, or getting more sleep at night
  • Drinking hot tea
  • Taking a bath
  • Connecting with friends, or snuggling with pets or loved ones
  • Getting a massage, manicure, or pedicure
  • Journaling or meditating
  • Eating healthy meals and drinking lots of fresh water
  • Sweet and loving communication
  • Lighting a candle, or diffusing essential oils
  • Taking deep breaths
  • Unplugging from social media and your phone

Some things that can be depleting:

  • Loud noises and overhearing other conversations
  • Daily responsibilities- like chores around the house
  • Not getting enough sleep
  • Financial stress
  • Saying yes to too many social events
  • Stress/Pressure at work or school
  • Family
  • Not getting enough quiet time
  • Unhealthy meals
  • Arguing with a loved one
  • Too much caffeine/soda
  • Holding your breath due to stress and anxiety
  • Too much time on social media

The more you start to pay attention and commit to balancing out your energy, the more you will see your health balancing out! I promise you!

Days in our lives can blur together quickly. When we remember to make the day matter by taking a few moments to rejuvenate ourselves, it’s a simple way of expressing gratitude to our bodies for all that they give and do for us on a daily basis.

We are so blessed to be alive on this wonderful Earth!

We deserve to feel energized, happy, and inspired while we are here! What we choose to do with our time is crucial to us feeling amazing! @intuitionheals (Click to Tweet!)

Huge hugs!
Robin


Robin Lee is a medical intuitive, author, mentor, gratitude advocate, and speaker who has helped thousands of people around the world understand the language of their bodies. Robin believes that our bodies innately know how to balance and heal themselves if given proper care and support. Visit her website and follow her on Facebook and Twitter, where she shares tips, tools, and techniques to honor our bodies and heal our lives!


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