Taking care of ourselves is not selfish; if by doing so, we then take care of others.
In these turbulent times, your loved ones, friends, co-workers and community will need your help even more. To be able to help them, you must make taking care of yourself...physically and mentally... your highest priority.
To make sure that I am ready to help as many people as I can in these tough times, I recently spent the weekend at Cheryl Richardson’s seminar on the Art of Extreme Self Care. Held at Kripalu, in the beautiful Berkshires, the seminar attracted 200 participants who listened to Cheryl’s wisdom, and experienced Cheryl’s extraordinary laser coaching over three days.
Cheryl’s thesis is that it is not enough to just commit to take care of one’s self. Our goal must be to practice EXTREME self care, especially in turbulent times. In her typical divine fashion, Cheryl’s book on this subject is due on bookshelves shortly…perfect timing for what some are calling the “perfect” storm.
Cheryl’s guidance has long had a great impact on my own development. I strongly recommend that you pre-order this book, read it, and put her guidance to work ASAP. The book will make a wonderful holiday gift for a loved one or dear friend.