Your Guide To Sacred Self Care

Usha Anandi. 8 | SEPTEMBER | 2020

If we’re not careful, many of us find ourselves on a hamster wheel – running towards some made up goal that we’re told we “need” to achieve in order to be successful.

Unfortunately, by the time we get there – many of us find that we’ve traded our health for material wealth. We find ourselves numb, fatigued, and disconnected from a sense of meaning, purpose, or direction in life.

I know there’s another way.

I believe that when we learn how to live a well-paced, balanced lifestyle we’re able to bring health back to the body.

We can reconnect to the inherent radiance that resides within us, reclaim our inner rhythm, heal disordered living and return to a cyclical way of living.

Over in our Inner Circle Virtual Monthly Membership, we’ve been on a journey of how to find balance in our lives through healing hormonal issues.

This month, we’re wrapping up our exploration with my all time favorite subject – self-care.

If you’d like to join us this month and learn super effective ways to care for yourself and your hormones, join our global collective here.

And one of the best ways we can heal hormonal imbalance and return to our innate rhythm is through REST.

But here’s the thing about rest…

Most of us know we need to rest, we just DON’T KNOW HOW!

And I feel you there.

If you’re anything like me, you probably weren’t brought up to respect the finite capabilities of your energy and your body.

When I was younger I would jump from one activity to the next with barely a chance to take a breath and run to the toilet in between.

Instead of encouragement to rest, I was pushed to do more. Never had I ever been told about the importance of not taking on too much.

We’ve been led to believe that our productivity is equal to our worth. And as soon as we are unable to produce, produce and produce then we are worthless.

So we push ourselves. We take on too much. And we never ever give ourselves the break that we deserve.

We’re constantly running pretty darn close to empty.

And I think we all know what happens after too long…


But I believe when we allow ourselves to reclaim the magic of living slow, balanced and meaningful lives we are one step closer to living in optimal health and vitality.

If we take the time to tune into what our body needs, follow sacred self-care rituals, eat according to our innermost needs and move in a way that supports our unique bodies and hormonal changes we will experience deep and meaningful healing.

Because self-care is not a luxury. It’s a necessity.

And it doesn’t have to look like hours of meditation, or long drawn out practices. Self-care can be practised in 5 minutes or 5 hours.

When you give yourself permission to reframe the way you look at self-care, you’ll soon find that there is no excuse to not take care of yourself!

And this month in our Inner Circle I’ll be sharing all the self-care rituals that will get you the most bang for your buck.

Because believe me, after years of living out of a suitcase I’ve had to get pretty crafty with my self-care rituals…

If you want to learn these sacred practices with me and 100s of other womben spanning this beautiful world then you’re definitely going to want to join the Inner Circle and take the first step towards living a more meaningful and empowered life.

I can’t wait to see you on the inside!

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