What’s Your Radar Telling You?


Have you listened to your radar today?  What radar?  I’m talking about the most finely tuned instrument that not only is almost 99.99% accurate when something is not quite right but, the one that will also alert you to the earliest signs of imbalance. You guessed it, your body.

Being in tune with your body is so important to great health and vitality. It is your first defense against illness and imbalances.  You know when you have that feeling that “somethings not right” or “I just don’t feel good”.  Your radar is going off, your body is trying to alert you that there is a need, a situation and an occurrence.  Don’t ignore it, be in tune with it.

All symptoms may not be physical, if fact some can feel physical but seem more psychological.  The best example of this are simple cravings. Cravings for things like meat, ice, certain fruits, vegetables and, oddly enough I have even heard of someone craving red dirt;  these have been linked to a nutritional deficiency. If you’d like to know more about this check out the link below to an awesome article “5 Weird Signs You Could Have a Nutritional Deficiency“.

Your body is your number one radar.  It will start to ping when there is the slightest problem and all out alarm when things are getting critical, you just need to be in tune and responsive.  Listen to your inner self, seek an answer to what ills you (professionally or holistically, that is your personal choice) and, be well.

As always, stay Fabulous.


Be Mindful


Often times we go through life so in tune with how things make us feel and what we want to do and achieve that we disregard the feelings of others. On a day such as today, where reflection is in a lot of minds, don’t forget to also be mindful of how the actions you take make others feel and how those actions will effect them in the long run. I like to think of emotions as a centrifugal force, not seen but when acted upon can cause a cascading effect until met head on by a countering emotion. Be kind, be mindful and mostly be respectful of how you make others feel around you. A smile brings a smile. A curse brings pain and, tears bring anger. You get the point it just keeps going until the emotions are reset or explode. Just a thought from a call asking a little advice, I hope helped.