Do you find advice on wellness alienating sometimes? Do you find that some advice is overwhelming and wonder where to start? “I want to cultivate wellness practices and care for myself but some of the advice out there seems too radical and I don’t know where to start” If you can relate, I have compiled a simple list of ideas (not rules) to answer the question: Where do I begin? and the good news is that it has nothing to do with spending money or investing time you don’t have… we are demystifying wellness by taking it back to the beginning!
I am starting a series on passion and discovery through a reading of Friedrich Nietzsche’s Zarathustra’s Discourses. Starting from the beginning, I will be using the text to discover the meaning of the self, rebirth, and renewal, and motivation of the self through being and becoming.
“You are not a mess
You are brave for trying”
Vulnerability is noble, but it’s not easy. The war-torn path behind me indicates I have made many messes and many mistakes, but is that such a bad thing? Or do the courageous and brave get confused with the meek?
“If you are lonely when you are alone, you are in bad company” Jean-Paul Sartre
This is an excellent question for us to ask ourselves. Whether you are in a relationship or single, if you believe you are complete only as a pair, what is missing from your- self?
What elements are essential to the changing self? Vehemence and emergence is about self-recognizing and self- exploration aiming for the the synchronicity and wellness of our bodies, minds, and spirits; this means that change is an essential component, but what makes change in the Self?