Holidays, are a holy time – a period to rest, relax and recharge; sacred occasions to honour and be grateful for. And as part of them, we have the opportunity to connect more deeply with ourselves in mind, body and soul as well as with our past, present and future – and by doing so, come back to our wholeness. By the very nature of these 'wholedays', when not absorbing ourselves in the moment, we turn to reflect on what has been happening in our lives to date. With the possibilities of being out of our routine, and with new found energy and perspectives, we begin to see how we can move positively forward. Whether it be the activities we undertake, the inspiring places we are in or the people we are with, the engaging conversations we have – they all serve to encourage us to make commitments to implement changes ‘once the holiday is over’.
These may be what we are committed to:
cull in our lives – that which no longer serves us.
cultivate – the activity/practice/value which benefits us in every way that we will nurture more fully.
commence – that which we will finally kick-start with absolute conviction.
part of a series exploring how we reset and resource.