The past four years had been hectic. I had switched jobs three times, wiggled through four years of psychic school, made a big move to a new town, and managed myself through some pretty chaotic family situations. My intuition was suggesting I prioritize time in nature while my ego was screaming at me that that would be a very unproductive decision.
Break the Routine
The day time was for skiing, because sliding down the snow is just fun. In the evening I would go on "Night Adventures." Filling my trusty backpack with hot tea, headlamp, notebook, and current beloved book, I would stomp around in the woods. I wasn't really looking for anything, but I noticed that I would come home and feel revived and refreshed. Summer had new ways to declutter my spirit's space. Mountain biking, hiking, swimming, volunteering for my favorite non-profit, and a new found excitement for radio-controlled rock crawlers were priorities. I had a blast and continued to feel renewed.
Being outside and with others in these manners, I was giving myself the time and space to rejuvenate. I noticed I was less irritable and quick to frustration. I was more productive while working and more spontaneous. Overall, I was creating better communication with my own life priorities. I was feeling good, fulfilled, happy. I didn't need to buy anything big or make some huge change. I was just working at finding peace within myself.
When we know we need to take time for rejuvenation, we are being asked to allow the experience of healing into our lives. This means opening to our intuition's messages of methods of healing that are a match for us in this moment, eventually moving us back into the cycle of creation and creativity again. To invite this flow, we need to listen up. Take advantage of our time in rejuvenation and let go into the wonderful offerings it brings!
Sedona Journal of Emergence