The Seeds of Change
With the winter we’ve had, you wouldn’t know that spring is just around the corner. Whether we can see it or not, change is coming, and it’s time to prepare for the next phase of our growth as well as time to become even more conscious of what we’d like to “plant” as part of our evolution.
If you’re anything like me, you’re still trying to shake off the colder months, emerge from your hibernation, and wake up your soul. I’ve taken more naps this winter than I can ever remember. Something about the last few months left me sluggish and in need of restoration—so I gave in. But spring is my time! It is when I look with anticipation to the daffodils pushing through, listen with intent to the birds as they help me greet the day, and breathe in the clean air after a wonderful cleansing rain. I’m ready. Are you?
As part of my 2015 series on “Love and Laughter”, it’s time to address one of my favorite, yet under-rated branches of the Soul Health Model—the Recreational branch. The article below speaks to the importance of intentionally incorporating fun and leisure into your life to enhance your fulfillment in life.
Although change is an unwelcomed concept for many, I love it—the novelty, the excitement, the chance to learn and grow. Speaking of which, by now you’ve received the initial notice that “Soul Health Travel” is an option to consider as a “learning vacation”. Transformational travel provides an amazing opportunity to visit places you might not have gone, learn about yourself in a way you didn’t expect, and transform your life to become a new and improved “you”! If you are interested in the “Awakened, Alive, and Awestruck in the Andes” journey, go to my travel page at www.soulhealthtravel.com/peru2015. Take a look at other trips that are in the works, and see how you might invite a new kind of change into your life!
I wish you a restored entrance into this wonderful, new season!
In shared light,
Katherine T. Kelly