In our busy lives, it’s easy to forget the importance of our life force – the energy that drives us forward and motivates us to live our lives to the fullest. But the truth is, our life force is made up of three essential components: our relationship with our body, our relationship with others, and our relationship with ourselves.

  1. The first component, our relationship with our body, is essential to our overall well-being. This includes taking care of our physical health through exercise, a healthy diet, and adequate sleep. When we neglect our bodies, we are depriving ourselves of the energy and vitality we need to live our lives fully.
  2. Our relationship with others is the second component of our life force. We all need handholds to pull us back into life when we feel lost or disconnected. By taking the initiative to connect with others, we can enrich our lives and positively impact the lives of those around us.
  3. Lastly, our relationship with ourselves is crucial to our overall well-being. We need to take the time to get to know ourselves on a deeper level, including our unconscious thoughts and emotions. Journaling is a powerful tool that can help us reflect on our thoughts and emotions, and better understand ourselves. When we can mirror our unconscious thoughts and emotions, we can better align our actions with our values and live our lives more authentically.

If you’re feeling lost or disconnected from your life force, it’s time to take action. Start by focusing on one of these three components and make a commitment to improve it. Be passionate about connecting to your life force and living your life to the fullest. By doing so, you’ll not only enrich your own life but positively impact the lives of those around you.

For more content like this, tune into my podcast, KindSight101 and check out my website.

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