The first time I used “breathe peace” as a mantra was 2009.
My then-boyfriend and I went on a trip to New York City to see some friends and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. We hopped a bus up I-95 and stayed at a hostel off of Times Square.
I was excited and ready for an adventure.
I was anxious and scared to be so far from my comfort zone.
Before we left I wrote two words on the inside of my wrist: breathe peace.
When I feel insecure, breathe peace.
When being somewhere new makes my heart race, breathe peace.
When all of the movement overwhelms me, breathe peace.
When the sunrise brings wonder into my heart, breathe peace.
When I’m thrilled to be traversing a city I love, breathe peace.
When I’m so happy I could bust, breathe peace.
It’s my bottom line: a reminder that I can handle anything as long as I take care of and with myself.
So of course when I created a self-care program I would name it Breathe peace.
Registration for Breathe peace runs through Jan. 31 – the next sesh runs Feb. 1-28. And it’s Pay What Feels Good.
This course shares
- a slew of ways to establish a strong foundation with self-care practices
- easy action items that focus on you moving into a place of reverent self-care
- an anti-worst-case scenario plan to help keep burnout at bay
- worksheets, audios, printables, guided meditations, and an e-book of everything covered as the course comes to a close
This is the last time I’ll be offering Breathe peace as an interactive e-course, so if you’ve been wanting to begin building you own beautiful, unique self-care practice with a community of women to support you, now’s the time to register.
Wishing you a beautiful day,