Watch your energy so that you don’t overdo. Overdoing is responsible for exhaustion, sickness, dis-ease and many other maladies of both body and spirit. To overdo is to overgive of time and energy to things of the world, to people, to duties, to habits, and to things outside of the self so that the self is largely ignored. Tune into the self more often to find out what is the right amount of energy to give to any one person or thing, to any need or desire, to any duty or ritual.
Take care of the self and gain balance in doing so. It’s the only way to maintain good health, good habits, and good mind, body, spirit equanimity.
With the help of your guides and teachers, in one realm or another, embark into your day knowing that you are protected, loved, and valued. Your presence is desirable and your journey though life one of meaning and purpose with a higher goal in mind, that of your own evolution. With this in mind, set your intentions for a good, productive day and stay open to hearing from your most intimate advisors as you set out to accomplish what must be accomplished today.
Strive for balance in mind, body and spirit, allowing each to have its part but none too much. Moderation in all habits of mind, body and spirit will allow balance to be achieved. When any aspect is overdone or neglected the whole suffers. It’s a pretty simple concept to grasp but obviously a difficult task to achieve. That is why it can be the work of an entire lifetime, and a worthy endeavor indeed!
Parcel your energy so that it does not go to waste, so that it is not used up on one thing, unless that one thing is very important. Otherwise, take precautions so that you don’t overdo but are able to keep your energy levels in good flow, some in, some out. Take care of yourself so that you remain in balance in mind, body, and spirit, and so that you are able to give, to yourself and to others, without deficit.
Seek calmness within the self, in mind, body and spirit. A calm mind, body and heart will allow you to weather through anything with dignity, intelligence, and prowess. When agitated, decisions may not be made for the best. But even in the worst of times a calm body, mind, and heart will bring forth what is most needed and advantageous. Practice calm breathing, calm walking, and calm meditation, no matter the situation.