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How’s Your Spirit Working For You?

Listen to the beat of your life.

Is it slow and deliberate or is it quick and snappy, having a rhythm that reverberates to your very soul and makes you over-the-moon happy?

It is so easy to stay in our comfort zone, doing the same things, day in and day out, never really trying to “mix it up” and step outside the  box.  Change in any arena of our life makes us nervous, uncomfortable and afraid we will be judged foolish by our friends, adding to the pressure we carry when we worry about what others “think of us.”

As we enter into a brand new year, we realize how very quickly life passes by.  We should try to make each day into time when we reclaim the essence of who we are.  We need to connect to ourselves, our spirit and our joy, regaining total happiness for ourselves.  Learning to live more authentically and creatively creates a sense of well-being and health and definitely, better relationships.

Sometimes, we need to just “let loose”.

We need to laugh from the tips of our toes to the top of the shiny curls on our head and even let go with some fancy dance steps, which have been completely choreographed by us.  When the moment and the music inside your heart hits, stand up, put your little foot out and dance with glee!  Just be yourself. After all, you are an original!

Show your spark of life and don’t be afraid to show your “moves” be they frantic and crazy, or slow and seductive.  Always keep the rhythm of life in your pocket and pull it out more and more often.  You should strive to be totally happy.  If we don’t poke at the walls of our imagination we can easily lose the excitement of our possibilities.  Be a reflection of your inner spirit.

As we give ourselves permission to demonstrate joy in our outward expressions, our inner selves cannot be far behind in experiencing joy.  Do what you must but, always let your light for life shine brightly and let your spirit SING!

Mary Ann Sheveland is a contributing blogger for JenningsWire, a blogging community created by Annie Jennings.