In this week's episode, it’s just me, myself, and I, chiming in about how much I have learned from each guest and I talk about why self-love during a pandemic is essential.With the news that most of California is going back to tighter restrictions, and many countries are having a second deadly wave, it’s so important to take care of your mind, body, and spirit during this time.
But never fear, I give you many different ways to love yourself, simple ways to add some self-care in your day. I get into the nanosphere of self-love, especially if you are on a budget.You don’t have to spend money on anything extra, the only thing you are spending is some extra time with yourself to get refreshed and recharged so that you stop running on empty, and be able to show up in your life in a new way, feeling fulfilled and happy. YES DAMMIT, it’s important to find happiness in the middle of fucking global pandemic, it will help your overall outlook on life and boost your immune system. This is vitamin love for your soul. :D
This podcast is a product of my self-love, I have been so nourished by meeting new people and being to help others. It is also helping me to be more consistent with creating content and putting myself "out there" and mending my relationship to marketing. It's less of a chore, still not as fun, but I accept it and have less of a charge about it.
If you never thought about self-care,now is the time, and I have some really surprising and easy ways to love yourself up.So click the link to hear listen to this week’s confident healer...yours truly! :D
Sharmila teaches healers to find and cultivate their intuitive gifts. She is a Self Love Expert, Reiki Master Teacher, Akashic Records Reader, Intuitive Energy Healer and Intuitive Consultant. She also hosts The Confident Healer (if you didn’t know!)
Music: New Day by Tokyo Music Walker Stream & Download : https://fanlink.to/tmw_new_day Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0, Tokyo Music Walker: https://soundcloud.com/user-356546060 , Produced and Edited by Sharmila Mali