Do you feel like you’re running on empty? During the Holiday Rush, we, witches, need to take extra care so we stay balanced.
Here are some helpful insights.
- Get enough rest
How is your sleep? Do you get enough?
You probably have heard of sleep hygiene, which includes habits and practices that help one get great sleep daily.
Related to sleep hygiene, here are some details you might consider:
- Have a cup of chamomile tea. Chamomile is great for helping you relax.
- Go to bed at the same time and get up at the same time—every day.
- Say a prayer for sleep.
A Prayer for Sleep
Lord and Lady, I ask for peaceful rest,
That my dreams be pleasant and enjoyable.
Let me sleep long and deep for maximum rejuvenation.
So Mote It Be.
- Get enough exercise
Walking in nature is a wonderful way to get your exercise. I walk every day and talk to my Gods to share how my day is going.
Walking is a gentle form of exercise. It’s especially good for me because I deal with asthma.
Don’t have a lot of time? Walk during your lunchtime or coffee break.
As witches, we know that keeping your body in shape can help you raise energy. Your body will function well and that makes it easier to raise energy.
- Remember to do ritual
Perhaps, you’ve noticed this: Witches know that doing a ritual can raise our personal energy, but many of us do not feel we have enough energy to do a ritual. This feels like a bad dilemma.
I’ve found a solution: Pick the easiest and simplest ritual … and do it now! This sounds basic, but I’ve learned that it’s important to go into action as soon as you think about doing a ritual (if this fits your life).
Something as simple as a candle-lighting ritual to give thanks can go a long way to replenishing your energy.
My constant readers know that I emphasize meditation. Again, I suggest simple and easy. Consider starting with just a 5-minute session.
I’ll add one more detail about making meditation easier. My husband has finally found a position in which he does not strain his back. He lays flat on his back with his knees up. Now, he avoids dreading a physical strain to accomplish a brief meditation session.
Usually, I avoid suggesting that one recline on one’s back because one may fall asleep. As the old phrase goes: Your mileage may vary.
May these details support your life.
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