I am so in love with peaceful and purposefully slow early mornings, the earlier the better. For me, the most precious time of day is just before dawn and sunrise. I fiercely protect this time as mine, for me, for my connection to nature, to my SELF and my creativity.
This normally comes in the form of journaling with meditation, mantra and any other magickal or deity practices I’m doing at that time. It’s my time for seeing and clearing out the crap, setting intentions, visualising and paving the way for a day and life that I love. It’s my time for prioritising me.
Then comes Muay Thai. It’s my second biggest spiritual teacher. It reflects back at me where in my body and life requires my attention, healing and adaptation.
Nature. I have hiked all over the world and I make it a mission of mine to explore whatever nature has to offer wherever it is that I am. She connects me back to the whole, to myself. She cleanses me in a way nothing else can. She grounds, calms, humbles and inspires me.
Community. Essential for everyone but I love to bring people together and initiate sharing and growth through the eggregore of the group.