Get Unplugged

When is the last time you truly ‘unplugged’? We’re talking no emails, no cell phones, no to-do lists, no regular day-to-day tasks and chores. We’re talking no brain cells set to ‘on’ and no where to go, nothing to do. We’re talking true and purposeful relaxation all geared to help you chill out, relax your body, ease your mind, and soothe your soul. We’re talking sleeping in late, lying around on the beach or the couch, taking a nap, taking a walk because you feel like it, not because you have to, and not cooking a meal unless you want to. We’re talking eating an ice cream cone in the middle of the afternoon, reading a whole book in 3 days, or talking and laughing with people you love or even with people you just met. So when is the last time you truly unplugged?

Giving yourself the gift of unplugging sets a whole chain of useful and amazing things in motion.

When your mind and body are at rest, your thoughts will slow to a point where divine inspiration and ideas drop in. If you allow it, you will begin to feel the flow of life as it is intended to feel – like all things are here ‘for’ you, and that life is magical gift. You will feel that you are here for a purpose, and that purpose is to feel good. And mostly, you will know that all things are in perfect timing and divine order. All this from a little unplugging!

What are you waiting for? Make time to get unplugged. Now, that’s Powerful!

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3 Responses to Get Unplugged

  1. Sue – I could not agree with you more. In fact I was in the same space when I wrote my May Newsletter – check out my thoughts on “Playful Meditation”

    http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs033/1102831897001/archive/1103095438949.html

    link or visit http://www.fullcirclescoachng.com R&R page for Newsletter Archive

    I welcome your thoughts and thanks for the space you create for all of us.

    Take good care, Coach Barb

  2. Thank you Sue for this powerful reminder.
    There is much more power in getting purposefully ‘unplugged’ than can be put into words. I often schedule ‘unplugged’ time on my calendar … major block of unplugged time coming up for me next week and I so look forward to it.
    Thank you in health, abundance, love and light!

  3. Sue Urda Sue Urda says:

    Daniela, You are a smart and powerful woman! Enjoy your ‘unplugging’ and continued love of life. Namaste` and Blessings to you!

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