Let’s Play

How do you play? How do you engage your body and activate your brain in fun ways or explore new ways?

It may be a bit easier to think of food and eating the foods we like as a source of pleasure than other things. Because lets face it, who doesnt enjoy eating tasty, yummy, savory, or sugary sweet foods? But lets remember some other sources of pleasure that we can explore. How and where can we add other sources of “SWEETS” into our lives? The kind of sweets that are not going to be served on a plate… or what I like to call “LIVING THE SWEET LIFE”. I will help you explore the power of alternative forms of “PLAY”.

This involves carving out time for activities that bring joy and relaxation, learning and growth, such as engaging in hobbies, practicing mindfulness, or spending quality time with loved ones.

What is it gonna be for you? Is it to dance, to gab with a friend, to celebrate someone special to you, watch a fantastic movie, get some restful sleep, read a book, learn a new interest, explore nature, etc…. This is an endless list and is as unique to you as it is your bio-individuality.

I will help you create your unique “play-list” that works for you, the list that is aligned with your values, and your priorities, what matters to you and what you cherish in life … and what you TRULY like to spend your time doing.

There are many aspects of life and play other than actual food that can feed us which don’t come on a plate. Elements such as a meaningful spiritual practice, an inspiring career, regular andenjoyable physicalactivity, and honest and open relationships that feed your soul and your hunger for living.

Real fulfillment arises from a life steeped in robust relationships, meaningful work, invigorating activities, and an energizing spiritual practice. When these areas thrive in alignment, we experience a profound sense of contentment, where food augments our joy rather than filling a void.

Every spiritual tradition that encourages people to fast does so partly to let individuals have time to reduce food, thus allowing for a greater awareness of other aspects that surrounds us. The more enriched and satisfying life we can create, the less we depend on food for our happiness. The opposite is also true. The more we focus and fill ourselves with food, the less we will be open to receive satisfaction from other aspects of life.

Let’s say yes to “Play”. Lets not Deprive, lets add Play back into everyday living, and lets master the art of “SWEET” living.

I will work with you to figure out your individualized “Play-List” and where you can add more nourishment, more “spice and sweet” into your everyday living.