Spell your Life® takes you on a magical journey, working through five core areas: body, mind, soul, nature and movement. All of these areas are interlinked, and if one is out of balance, it has an impact on all of the others.
The body is our physical manifestation during our lifetime. It’s important to take care of it – feed and nourish it with good food. A balanced diet is a vital part of your overall well-being (and not just for your body!). Remember, only you can feel the effect food has on you. Try something new, for example, a different cuisine, see what you like and what works for your body. Embrace your health!
Our minds have incredible power: it’s our thoughts that manifest our life. In other words, your outlook – positive or negative – and how open or closed you are to new experiences directly relates to your success and happiness. This opens exhilarating possibilities! But beware – visualisation and daydreaming need to be balanced with planning and action!
Our soul is the direct link to the universe – and every being in it. Our soul is eternal. Spirituality, mindfulness and meditation, as well as yogic practices and prayer, serve as nourishment for your soul and connect you with others. Enjoy spirituality and meditation to recharge your soul energy, but refrain from keeping yourself detached from life on earth.
The natural world and the environment around us can give us both stimulation and a place to relax. Touching a tree, burying your feet in the earth on a beautiful summer’s day, or stroking your pet are all ways of connecting with the bigger picture and the energy that binds us together. During your busy days at home or in the office, remember to glance at the sky, breathe fresh air and consciously enjoy nature’s beauty.
Movement creates a flow of energy and is often associated with change. We need movement of the mind, soul and body in order to bring about transformation and enhance our well-being. Movement is what holds the core areas together and provides the backbone of a balanced life. Without movement there’s stagnation, and with stagnation, there might come depression. Movement means action, change and the hope for good things to come – your happy ever after!