How much of ourselves do we want to give away?
There are some self-help things we can do to relax our mental predispositions to dysfunctional habits. Individually we are only one person. Each day has only 24 hours. But sometimes we try to put too many to-do-things in too small a time frame. Sometimes we have a choice, other times we do not. When we over-work machines, the machines break down.
Currently we are treating ourselves like machines, and we are breaking.
Our pride and ego insist we must, at all cost, do the impossible, to have success, keep our job, or just get to the end of the day. What good is it to get everything done, and have nothing left for ourselves but exhaustion, body aches and pains, poor sleep, over or under eating, and ill temper?
The first sign we have taken on too much is we lose our sense of humor.
How is your energy field around you, your aura?
There is more to life than the things that are accomplished. What do we do to rejuvenate?
Do we feel selfish for taking good care of us?
How is our self-esteem?
You matter. I matter. We all matter. It is no accident we are on the planet at this time. We have our life’s mission. However, we need to be healthy. We cannot help others if we cannot help ourselves.
When we find ourselves on an airplane getting the safety talk before the flight takes off by the flight attendant, we are told to make sure to put our oxygen mask on ourselves before we put on the oxygen mask on our children or those we are taking care of.
Because we cannot help others if we cannot help ourselves.
We are worth more than our, or someone else’s, goals and achievements. We are worth more than the machines we use.
Taking are of us includes all levels of us, mind, boydy and spirit. What do you do to de-stress?