What do you do when you’re having a crummy day? When nothing is going your way? When everyone you meet seems like they are in your way? When you’re sad, upset or scared? When you suffering from “dis-ease”?
You can always “Go Home”!
The word “home” has a wide variety of connotations. To some, home is merely a place where the basic needs of shelter, food and storage are secured. To others, home is the foundation from which they draw their strength and tranquility. Still, others view home as a place inexorably linked to family.
All these definitions of home imply, somewhere we can be ourselves and are totally accepted. Home is a place where we feel safe enough to let down our guard, peaceful enough to really relax, and welcomed enough to want to return day after day.
Have you ever considered this approach when you’re having a crummy day? When you’re suffering from dis-ease, you can bring “home” with you. Home need not be a place, let “HOME” be a feeling you carry inside yourself wherever you go.
Let your home be a state of being that fulfills you, a place that provides you with peace with yourself and your surroundings. Simply put, you will know you have found “your home” when both your physical environment and energetic surroundings are in harmony with your authentic self.
Instead of going home, try to bring home with you today. Be home.
Enjoy a PAUSE.