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 Letting Go

This movement is part of this year's 21 Day Loving Yourself Challenge. The I Let Go Meditative Movement™ gives you the opportunity to consciously let go of any thoughts, feelings, and sensations that no longer serve you. Your body is intelligent. When we hold onto the past, we rob ourselves of this precious present moment. Consciously allowing ourselves to embrace whatever we are experiencing is freeing. We can do this more easily knowing that life is meant to flow...so we let go.

Every moment gives us the opportunity to be fully present to our life experience. This three and a half minute movement has us bringing our hands behind our back and grabbing a hold tightly. For me, this represents the way my mind can grab a hold of an idea and not want to let it go. The tension starts in my arms and can cause my entire body and mind to contract. Letting go, releases me.

Happy Practicing. I look forward to hearing about your letting go experiences.

 Everyday Embodiment Summit

So excited to be part of The Everyday Embodiment Summit. This FREE ONLINE EVENT is happening March 8-13, 2021. My contribution is on Friday, March 12.

Everyday Embodiment Summit with Suzy Finnefrock

Join the global community of people rising in the power of joy & presence. Experience embodiment practices you can implement immediately. Sign UP .

 Letting Go of Sugar and Embracing Self-Love

Sonia Amin ThomasSonia Amin Thomas's speciality is working with cancer survivors and people with sugar cravings. Mine is supporting individuals diagnosed with cancer, cancer survivors and their caregivers by giving them Meditative Movements™. When we met, we acknowledged the importance of replacing a harmful habit with a nurturing one.

No one wants to give up something sweet. In today's times, quite a few of us are addicted to sugar. Understandably so because of the natural properties of white sugar. It makes us feel good. Like any drug, it has negative side effects as we consume it more and more. To learn more, here is Sonia's tip sheet. Read entire article.

 Welcome Natalie Lu

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Natalie Lu received her Meditative Movement teacher certificate in December, 2020. She is the founder of The Reflective Nurse, LLC, a forum for nurses and partners in healing to connect and reflect. Natalie has worked in the healthcare industry since 2000. A registered nurse since 2008, Natalie is passionate about her current work in quality and patient safety and recognizes the value of practices like Meditative Movements to ensure personal and professional resilience. Her nursing career has served her with opportunities beyond the bedside to teach and advise nurses in clinical and academic settings and to volunteer her nursing skills locally and internationally. To learn more about our instructors, visit this webpage.

 HOW TO LET GO by Tony Robbins

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Holding on is a critical way that we stop ourselves from reaching our goals – especially when we are holding on to someone we need to let go. Clinging to a friend who has become toxic, holding on to memories from a relationship – we all do it. But why do we have so much trouble letting go and moving on? We like to hold on to things, situations and especially people because in a way, it's fulfilling. There's comfort in familiarity and justification, even when it's rooted in a negative experience.

But ultimately, not knowing how to let go harms you: It prevents you from achieving your true potential. Check out the Driving force quiz so you can learn more about yourself.

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