We hear it a lot us busy women. Learn to relax. Take care of you first so you can care for others. Have a nice bubble bath with candles and you will feel brand new.

Now I am not saying that bubble baths aren’t lovely. They can be. But I consider them to be quite lightweight in the true sense of self-nurturing.

Self-care is doing things that feed your body well, interest or relax your mind or connect you socially. Or disconnect you socially! True self-care is doing things that make your eyes light up or ignite or care for your spirit. Also relaxing and seeing worries drift away.

 

So what is self-care?

Self care for you might be:

  • Putting yourself in a cocoon of blankets and hibernating quietly
  • Taking a chunk of time to read
  • Making a delicious known or new recipe
  • Doing some exercise
  • Reading magazines
  • Doing something sensual
  • Exploring a new hobby
  • Taking a walk
  • Getting out in nature
  • Meditating
  • Seeking out a new holistic treatment
  • Looking at holiday destinations
  • Learning something
  • Go to the cinema alone
  • Sleep

 

Some of my hypnotherapy clients come to be nurtured. They enjoy the relaxing feelings that hypnotherapy brings. The true sense of inner calm. Almost like a floating escape. The effects of a hypnotherapy relaxation session can last for days. With my 4 hour pacakge, you can have the effects for a lifetime as your calm ‘muscle’ will be well and truly flexed, reducing stress and anxiety for good.

Make your self-care list:

Make a list of all the ways that you can self-care, no matter how small or big. This is a list that you can reference back to when you feel you need some self love and care.

 

 

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