Let’s Take a Walk

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Sometimes (oftentimes), we need to get out. We need to get out and surround ourself with the beauty of nature.

We must walk in the grass, inhale the fragrance of the flowers, witness nature as it happens around us, and enjoy life. Often, we get caught up in the day-to-day and fail to get back to nature. Walking in the gardens is a wonderful way to relieve stress, immerse ourselves in the peaceful vibe around us, and allows us to reset.

After a long week of errands, work, chores, and the likes, one always need to meditate. There are many forms of meditation but walking amongst plants is one of my favorite. There is nothing like it! Connecting with Mother Earth is extremely revitalizing. It feeds the spirit and brings joy. Having the opportunity to watch the bumblebees go through their natural functions of visiting flowers is magnificent. One tends to forget about the other world that is amongst us. Seeing rabbits feed on the flowers and vegetables that have grown is amazing. Witnessing the beauty of the butterfly as (s)he flutters and lands on the flowers makes the heart happy. In this moment, the focus is not on who we are or what needs to be done, but rather on the age-old practices and journey of the tiny creatures that brings us food and joy.

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We must allow ourselves the opportunity to reset and recharge. Continuously going without taking time to relax takes a toll on our bodies, minds, and spirits. In order to be the best Warrior that we can be, we must heal in all forms.

Find your center in your favorite form of meditation.

Happy resetting, Warriors.

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