De-stress on Vacation


I love that the “Brits” call a vacation, a holiday. So often when people go ‘on holiday,’ at least the ones I have spent time with from the US, they just don't know when to turn it off. They either stay connected to work, which does them a disservice or rush around while on holiday, filling their days with activity to fill in the time between daylight and dust, only to pop in the shower get dressed and off to yet another place for the evening.  They return back home exhausted needing a holiday from their holiday. 

A holiday is a day without work and is supposed to be a day of rest. I believe a ‘Holi-day,’ is a sacred time to recharge your battery, find your inner peace and appreciate this wondrous life. I do know that you can't truly appreciate that if you don't slow does and open your heart. 

Now, I'm not against spending time in a new place exploring the culture, the architecture, nature, music, etc., but I know about that balance between rest and activity.

People ask me all the time where they can go to unwind and relax.The answer is simple: It's up to you. For the love of all that is good for you, keep YOUR wholeness or holiness in your holiday and stop rushing around and continuing the distraction. If you cannot take a vacation, make an hour a day, your vacation, your Holi-day and take this precious time to relax, de-stress and be at peace and allow unconditional love to flow into your heart. Allow your mind to become calm and serene and focus on the present. Allow your heartbeat to slow so blood can drench and rejuvenate your cells and balance your hormones. Your body, mind and soul will be delighted by the change. 

Wishing you Love this day and always,


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