savvycrow

eyes open or closed, just dream.

"I don’t know about you, but I found myself with some negative energy at the winter’s end. Starved for sun and fatigued, it seemed only natural. I milled and a wallowed in it, sometimes tilting my lips out of the water, hoping for that fresh breath at the water’s surface. And it was there.
With renewed oxygen, I began to delve into the little crevices: pockets where energies that needed to be let go had stored themselves.  What I encountered were not necessarily things that could be intellectualized, but also sentiments and feelings that had lodged themselves in there. I paid mind to the things had been pushed under the rug, and gave them light by verbalizing some, and physically wringing others out.
What I learned is that happiness and positivity aren’t just things that come without work. You have to scrub at the insecurities, and wipe down the mental blocks that are standing in your way. Sure, the dirt isn’t always visible at first glance. You may have to move the couch and vacuum up hidden dust bunnies. It takes energy and a desire for something better.
Now that spring is infusing us with renewal and ambition, take the time to get rid of that last winter dirt. We need to spring clean our bodies and minds just like we do for everything else. Sweat through a yoga class, or confide in someone you trust. Eat mint and other spices like turmeric. Purge yourself of the thoughts that you’ve been too scared to release upon the world.
It’s time for a fresh start”
Couldn’t agree with this more
mariel xx
Post taken from: 
Free People http://blog.freepeople.com/#ixzz1qEtS60wO

"I don’t know about you, but I found myself with some negative energy at the winter’s end. Starved for sun and fatigued, it seemed only natural. I milled and a wallowed in it, sometimes tilting my lips out of the water, hoping for that fresh breath at the water’s surface. And it was there.

With renewed oxygen, I began to delve into the little crevices: pockets where energies that needed to be let go had stored themselves.  What I encountered were not necessarily things that could be intellectualized, but also sentiments and feelings that had lodged themselves in there. I paid mind to the things had been pushed under the rug, and gave them light by verbalizing some, and physically wringing others out.

What I learned is that happiness and positivity aren’t just things that come without work. You have to scrub at the insecurities, and wipe down the mental blocks that are standing in your way. Sure, the dirt isn’t always visible at first glance. You may have to move the couch and vacuum up hidden dust bunnies. It takes energy and a desire for something better.

Now that spring is infusing us with renewal and ambition, take the time to get rid of that last winter dirt. We need to spring clean our bodies and minds just like we do for everything else. Sweat through a yoga class, or confide in someone you trust. Eat mint and other spices like turmeric. Purge yourself of the thoughts that you’ve been too scared to release upon the world.

It’s time for a fresh start”

Couldn’t agree with this more

mariel xx

Post taken from: 

Free People http://blog.freepeople.com/#ixzz1qEtS60wO