Tag Archives: self-care

Even goodness needs to be adapted to

Even goodness needs to be adapted to,when you are used to squalorwhen the patterns of refuse have set in so deepthat you are simply used to throwing yourself away;Even goodness needs to be adapted totake your timestay gentle © Meisaan … Continue reading

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Coronavirus questions for the journey

Are you safe, well, fed?Is your spirit nourished and alive?Then: What do you need to be more whole?What are you discovering about yourself?How are you growing? © Meisaan Chan

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“I’m very sorry, but I need to go”

Maintaining my equilibrium Meeting my needs Loving myself Being a samurai © Meisaan Chan

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No one said that self-care is efficient!

No one said that self-care is efficient! The wise readjust to the flow © Meisaan Chan

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Focus of the body, focus of the mind, focus of the spirit

The spirit is a delicate thing: Without sleep, focus of the spirit is the first to go © Meisaan Chan

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The holy fight

The holy fight is self versus self © Meisaan Chan

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The balance

is understanding that the amount of energy you put into this world is the amount of energy you need to receive © Meisaan Chan

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The faith of wound care

Since wounds heal from the inside-out, do not be discouraged if you cannot see the progress; keep cleansing keep vigilant keep watch © Meisaan Chan

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Compassion’s necessary two-way street

Healthy compassion must go both ways, outward and inward: if only outward, you annhiliate the self if only inward, you harden © Meisaan Chan

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Slowing down

If you don’t something might make you © Meisaan Chan

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