3 Simple Steps to Achieve Harmony & Balance for Life
How many times have you heard those little voices in your head:
"How am I going to get it all done?"
Or even the echo that says,
"There are not enough hours in a day, days in a week or weeks in a month to get through all that I have to do."
No one is insulated from this, and suffice to say; we hear this a million times over a period of our lifetime.
In this wheel of life that is ever so hectic with careers, partners, children, family and friends commitments, charity work, classes, hobbies, and religious commitments, only to name a few - how can we achieve all that is on our plate? Now, go ahead and add on the desire to improve your health. Wow! So... where do you begin? How can one possibly balance so many things?
Here's a little secret: You can't and that's an unrealistic goal.
Now, with that thought in mind, it's really okay - you are not an octopus with eight arms! But what is realistic and can help us catch our breath is to understand how we can bring harmony into our lives so that we can balance being able to live.
HARMONY is an easier goal than balance. Harmony means everything is coexisting in a spirit of cooperation. There is a secret to doing more of what you want and less of what you don't want - this actually leads to harmony. While it sounds simple, finding harmony actually takes massive willpower to execute. It requires that you get absolutely clear on what you want your life to look like, and what you do not want in your life.
Here are 3 simple steps to take:
- 1) Ask yourself what isn't serving you. What doesn't need to be in your life? What is dragging you down? What is keeping you awake at night?
Ready to dive in and make a few changes? Give these tips a try and see how much more harmonious your life can be. Finding this center will impact all your aspects of life including your health, and you will find yourself on a better journey each day.
* 3 Simple Steps to Achieve Harmony & Balance for Life written for Grandparentslink.com is by Rachel Graham, professional Health Coach, Board Certified Health Counselor (AADP), and Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).