“Spring is Upon Us!” by Suzanne Rivard

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Thursday March 20th is the first official day of spring. After the long and cold winter we been experiencing many of us are looking forward to the change of season, present company included.

What a better way to shift you into a more positive and uplifting space then to start thinking about spring-cleansing, also referred to as spring-cleaning.

Clear out the old, weightiness of winter and make room for new aspirations, new foods, and new energy of spring!

Cleanse Your Mind, Body and Space!

 

People like “stuff”. We tend to hold onto it year after year. We save and stock up on things that we don’t know what to do with anymore. Maybe we keep things because they hold precious memories of days gone by, or they remind us of our parents, grandparents, past loves or childhood. To part with these precious possessions seems out of the question. There is a saying that goes, “You have to get rid of the old to make way for the new.” If you are feeling stuck or stagnant in your life, try spring-cleaning. Throw out some of that stuff, say goodbye to your past and welcome the new energy of your happy, healthy future. Try these three ideas:

1. For good mental and physical health, we actually have two “houses” that need to be spring-cleaned: our physical homes and our physical bodies. Just as we accumulate “stuff” in the form of outgrown clothes, magazines, rusty bicycles, tools and random keepsakes, so do our bodies accumulate old food residues and toxins that need to be cleaned out.

2. To spring clean your body, give it a break from rich and complicated foods by either cleansing or fasting for a short period of time. Cleansing means paring down your food to just simple fruits and vegetables, lots of water and perhaps whole grains. Fasting means limiting most foods and drinking lots of water, fresh vegetable and fruit juices, teas and soups. Without much energy going toward digestion, more energy is available to the rest of your body and mind. Cleansing and fasting can sharpen your concentration, help you gain insight and promote spiritual awareness. It can also bring improved immune function and better digestion.

3. While you’re cleaning out your body and home, don’t forget to spring-clean your heart. Throw away negative thoughts and habits you’ve been harboring that no longer serve you. A clean, open heart will allow you to receive all the good that awaits you each and every day. If your heart and mind are cluttered, there is no room for life’s gifts and surprises to enter.

If you’re like me and you find it easier to follow a guide, check out this Spring Cleanse Guide. It contains ideas on how to cleanse your mind, body, and space. It also includes some tasty energizing recipes.

http://suzannerivard.com/documents/IIN-SpringCleanse.pdf

Are you going to cleanse this spring?

 

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© 2014 Suzanne Rivard

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