For me, the journey seems to really start with meeting yourself where you are and showing kindness to your body.
I’m the stop and smell the roses type of person figuratively and literally, and it’s one of the things I love most about myself. I had taken a call outside when I noticed a puddle of rainwater that stayed behind from the morning showers. At first glance, it was like any other puddle, but I saw the reflection of nature mirrored on the surface while looking on with curious eyes. The cloud-filled sky and lush trees surrounding me filled the wet canvas like beautiful art in a frame for anyone patient enough to see it for its potential.
The landscape of our bodies is similar, a piece of divine handiwork available for exploration for a limited time. “For me, the journey seems to really start with meeting yourself where you are and showing kindness to your body,” writes Larry in “Embodied,” a personal reflection of discoveries found along the path to self-love.
See you next month. I look forward to celebrating mothers.