Everyone’s doing it, yet most people can’t imagine talking about it.
Those who do are seen as ground-breakers.
And yet, it takes merely a day of struggling to do it for us to realise just how nice it is when we do it effortlessly, and often mindlessly.
Doing it shallowly is enough, but deeply is much better for our body.
Mindfully is the best: it helps us through stress, it reminds us we are alive.
How are you doing it, right now?
Close your eyes and feel your body, feel the movements, the air coming in and out – deeply, slowly.
Breathing, that’s what I’m talking about – of course, right? 😉
(I’ve been ill for the pas few days, breathing is a struggle, it has inspired me this article…)
(Traduction française en dessous)
I am devoted to the Divine,
In every moment, in every action,
Every time I Love,
Every time I Trust.
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I love writing and speaking in English.
I even studied in Great Britain for 4 and a half years (before my melt-down and being diagnosed with autism).
I used to have a blog on which I’d write my articles in both languages, but it became too much.
This time around, I’ll just write what comes in French, in French, and the same for English.
The articles might not be exactly the same but they’ll still be about my experiences and understandings.
If you’ve just discovered me, here’s a bit about me:
I was diagnosed with autism in 2005, right after coming home – in an emergency – from my studies in Britain. (AS+A-levels then 2 and 1/2 years of BA International Development Studies w/ Spanish at Chester College, now University)
I am passionate about spirituality, self-improvement, personal development – and write about it on this site.
I live in the South of France, where I occasionally practice windsurfing.
I attract cats and kind people.
I used to have an on-line business selling green feminine hygiene products.
I don’t « do » genders, I am a being in a female body, end of story.
I believe in unconditional Love and unconditional Trust.
I like to be a « creator of opportunities » for other people (and myself of course).