I give myself permission to be healthy in body, mind, and spirit.

I have the freedom to lavishly nourish my body, mind and spirit. It is more than okay for me to pamper my body with massages and skin moisturizers. It is more than okay for me to indulge my mind in a great book. It is more than okay for me to spend time building myself up in prayer.

To nurture my body, I regularly take time to exercise. My exercise routine, combined with a healthy diet, is my recipe for a better me.

Getting a full night of restful, uninterrupted sleep is also a priority that contributes to my physical health. I top all of this off with good habits, which include keeping toxins out of my system.

My mind is the starting line of my thoughts, feelings and actions; therefore I must cultivate it. I challenge my mind daily. My schedule always has room for a good read.

My mind is trained to focus on delightful things. I protect my eyes, ears and heart from negativity by limiting the time I spend in front of the TV. Instead, I go outside and take in the beautiful sights and sounds of nature.

I maintain a healthy spirit by feeding it a balance diet of love and reflection. Reflecting helps me identify and avoid situations that have a negative impact on my spirit. I spend my time doing the things I love. I am sensitive to the spirit within me and listen to its voice.

It is more than okay for me to have a healthy mind, body and spirit because the trio helps me to live my best life.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. What can I do to benefit my body?
2. How can I challenge my mind?
3. How can I nurture my spirit today?

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