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LOVE more, LAUGH more, PLAY more

Sylvia Marina - Friday, January 11, 2013

LOVE more, LAUGH more, PLAY more. ... written by Sylvia Marina


Already I’m in love with 2013, the year is looking good, I’m feeling great and amazed at an increased flexibility happening in my body... I’m soooo good?


2012 was an interesting year of repairing the body, recovery and rejuvenation. Sad times and celebrations... Plus a year of acknowledging a 40 year relationship! Forty years ago I was very young, I planted the roses and the magnificent deciduous tree in my front garden and the backyard tree where children climb and play.


This week as I summer trimmed, (we call it summer pruning) the roses. In gratitude I silently sprinkled appreciation around each bush for its enduring beauty and fragrance. Many little ladybirds with their red with black spots wings visit and bees collecting pollen, everyday something happens in the garden.


And every year on a sunny winter day the winter pruning happens. The dead wood is trimmed away and the roses cut back to allow new and fresh growth.

Each new year whether that is a January or the beginning of a financial or life cycle, it is a time that marks new beginnings and unless we discard or trim back the old or dead wood it will hold back new growth.


Victor Frankl said, “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”


Many don’t like change, they want life to ‘be the same’. But life is change, constant change
.

We are often told that change is uncomfortable and difficult, that it inevitably involves pain, and that to change your life is to struggle and fight against the status quo.
I always prune the roses on a sunny day, why? If you prune roses on a rainy day there is the danger of wet getting onto the open cut and this has the potential to allow disease and damage to happen to the branch and the stress affects the whole plant.

With the right approach, change can be gentle, spontaneous and natural, big changes can occur without the upheavals that are often associated with change.

If you have goals that you are working on, if you get off-track and wish to review and start afresh,
do so. You don't have to delay until the start of another new year.
It’s not good to repress. It becomes a problem if you sink into clinical depression. That’s the cold, empty state where nothing looks good, and hope is an absurd memory. All that needs to occur is to simply get rid of the old so that new ideas, new personal growth, your natural and spiritual wisdom can flow and happen again.

You do want to Love more, Laugh more, Play more, don’t you?

If you’ve ever wondered how your life could change, you’re in for an honest discovery that really can change your life. A session with Sylvia offers an excellent chance to re-calibrate your life and pick yourself up if you have faltered in your progress,  or attend our five-day Self Mastery residential retreat where you will fully participate in the Self Mastery program for change.

Sylvia lives in Western Australia. International clients email to book your session by phone or skype.


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