Has the battery on your cell phone ever dipped below 20% and you didn’t have a charger and wouldn’t be home for quite some time?
What did you do? Did you begin to conserve your power by not checking email or social media? Set your phone to airplane mode to preserve what remained? Turn it off?
We are so careful to not lose power on the devices that we’ve become so dependent upon. To avoid this, we put energy into being prepared. We monitor their battery life, stock our car with a phone charger, take a battery pack along when we travel, and make note of where the outlets are in airports and coffee shops.
But what about ourselves? How many of us make the same preparations to prevent our bodies from dipping too low? Imagine if we put the same effort into keeping ourselves from “low battery life” as we did our devices.
Our bodies need time to recharge. Just like our electronics, our bodies give us signals when they dip too low. We may notice changes in our energy, our appetite or our immune function.
What if we tuned in and listened to those warnings? What if we put energy into being prepared and had a plan for when this happens?
Winter is a great time of year to go inward and rest more. If we focus on the practices and foods that nourish us, we can use this inward time to take really good care of ourselves and those we love. We can come through Winter feeling stronger and more robust. We can give our bodies the recharge they desire.
We’d love to show you how. Please consider joining us for our new Winter Recharge program. If you would like more information, you can find it here.