RX for wellness

*Live for a whole day without your watch;
*Do not listen to the news upon awakening or when falling asleep;
*Explore the world of nutritional medicine;
*Have fresh flowers in your home or room;
*Take baths using fragrant, natural oils;
*Meditate, pray, sing, laugh a little bit each day;
*Surround your Self with loving, supportive people, and meaningful work;
*Stand outside for a few minutes each day, no matter what the weather;
*Do not postpone joy;
*Speak kindly to your Self, about your Self, and others;
*Receive hands-on care on a regular basis;
*Move your body;
*Remember, that to rest along the way does not end the journey;
*Cultivate faith;
*Nourish your Soul … it lives inside your skin;
*Study compassion, and release your Self from judging anyone or anything;
*Know that you are loveable;
*Acquire a desire to be well, understanding that healing is a process, not an event.


  1. La said:

    Actually it is from the book-Riding the Wind: Healing the Whole Person by Robin Shapiro. I read that excerpt and liked what it said. Think about it- you & Delaney- you sing each day, laugh each day, surround yourself with each other (loving people) and being with her nourishes your soul-I can’t think of a better way to live.

    September 25, 2003
  2. Kay, Bob, Delaney, and Buffett said:

    Karen- Have you converted to Buddism? Sounds like one of those ancient philosophies. Just kidding, I get the same self help by spending time with my daughter. However, I do need to find some type of exercise, hum. Did you get your pictures yet???

    September 25, 2003
  3. Erin said:

    That was beautiful! It’s funny how much we take for granted in the every day hussle and bussle! I especially liked the one that said to go outside for a few hours every day, no matter what the weather! How great would that be?!

    Thanks for the thoughts… I may have to post those on my site!

    September 25, 2003

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