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Pressure Valve: Eat Pray Love Increments Needed to Escape (inspiration)

“Under certain circumstances, profanity provides a relief denied even to prayer.” ~ Mark Twain

“Self-love, my liege, is not so vile a sin, as self-neglecting.” ~ William Shakespeare

“It is a good deal better to be seventy-nine years young than it is to be fifty years old.” ~ Albert Smith

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Pressure Valve: Eat Pray Love Increments Needed to Escape (BW)

Ask any of my family or true friends — I’m all about the pressure valve! I don’t believe in suffering silently, but first and foremost, I don’t believe in “suffering” as a means to wise happiness. In order for happiness to be lasting, it must come from inside out. Innate and sustainable, as foundation. This makes constant care and tending to our “inside” (the physical and psycho-emotional) all the more important a habit to cultivate into routine — not a selfish or arrogant event. But it can seem impossible to simultaneously take care of business and the never-ending details life throws at us, and opt in for self-care. Integration is the way to more balance and a self-preservation routine that nurtures your own resources to create more in your life — to Be the most whole and integral you.

Every task offers an opportunity (you don’t have to take every one. Choices!) for opting into the self-care of a pressure valve. You can choose to do things the hard way (like taking care of everyone else’s business, and asking if there’s any more you can do, while neglecting your own needs from exhaustion) or you can make sure everyone has the tools to handle their own business properly, and to a harmonious whole (e.g., tribe/family goals and culture) and then — step off! Micromanagement comes from insecurity (most often of the micromanager’s real or projected fears). Be fearless. Teach then trust! Pressure valve your life more often (doesn’t have to be loud or animated like mine, but rather nurturing in your own way). Come to balance for less need to escape but rather to Be.

How do you incrementally escape your life’s pressures? Do you have a go-to pressure valve? — BadWitch

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Pressure Valve: Eat Pray Love Increments Needed to Escape (GW)

Don’t wait till you are freaking out on the bathroom floor to renovate your life. And don’t think you need to mortgage the house, leave your job and travel the world to find yourself. You are actually available to you sooner, closer and in this present moment.

When your voice rises too often or tears threaten to fall too often, it’s time for a time out. Call the babysitter. Tell your friends, family, husband/wife, and kids, that it’s time for a break so they can all have the happier, better version of you that’s available when you take out the time to take care of you. Then call the spa and schedule your massage. If that seems to pricey, try a mani-pedi. Just get out and let someone else take care of you for a change.

Whether it’s a hot tub or just take a bath. Take yourself to dinner at an incredible restaurant with a friend or lover and linger over the meal and wine for hours, savoring. Decide to find the incredible journey in your present steps. Create amazing moments in your every day life.

Eat. Love. Pray. And Live. Now. — GoodWitch

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