Taking Care of Your Multiple Dimensions

Life is hectic. Work. Family. Relationships. Community service. We’re wound up like Energizer bunnies; always trying to accomplish too many things in a short period of time. Becoming consumed by our hectic lives is simple. If we aren’t careful, we begin to lose ourselves in the clutter of life. Slow down superhero. There’s no way that you can truly serve others if you haven’t taken care of all dimensions of who you are.

Each of us is multi-faceted. We are the sum of our mind, body and spirit. When these aspects of our being work in complete harmony, we are able to become the best versions of ourselves. If anything is off, even by an inch, the best of who we are isn’t able to shine through. Follow these tips to ensure that you’re practicing self-love so that you can conquer the busyness of life.

Feed on Positivity

It’s amazing how simple it is to allow darkness to prevail. Many of us are more likely to focus on the negatives and allow stress to consume us. What you think is what you become. Don’t let anyone tell you who you are or who you can be. Learn to speak positivity in your life. The more positive ideas you speak, the more likely these things will become reality.

Let go of your past. Our life experiences shape us into the individuals we are. How we deal with the situations we’ve been faced with helps mold our character. The younger version of yourself may have made countless mistakes. That doesn’t mean that you have to keep making the same mistakes. It doesn’t mean that you’re trapped to continue on a negative path. The power to transform your life is in your hands. Learn from your experiences and move forward with a renewed sense of purpose. Life was never meant to be a breeze. the more struggles you face, the sweeter the reward will be when it eventually comes.

You Only Have One Body…

…so take care of it. Man-made products are the death of us all. Make a conscious effort to consume more of what Mother Nature naturally produces. Fast foods, sweet treats, and processed foods are delectable. However, they offer no real nutritional value. Eat healthily. You’ll be surprised by how much your body changes for the better.

Drink more water. Let go of the sodas and sweetened drinks. Stop saying you can’t or that it “tastes bad”. Just do it. Make up your mind to do it and just get it done.

Download some work out and relaxation videos. Carve out at least 3 hours each week to relax and energize your body using these videos. ACE Fitness lists 8 hormones involved in exercise. These hormones are: insulin, glucagon, cortisol, epinephrine, testosterone, human growth hormone, insulin-like growth factor, and brain-derived neurotrophic factor. Some of these hormones actually contribute to boosting energy levels. So, the more you exercise, the more energy you’re likely to have. Your brain will also be able to function optimally to help you get all the tasks you need to get done, done.

Achieve Zen

Bring your mind, body and soul into harmony by focusing on peace instead of distress. Anxiety and regret add no value to our lives. They just increase our stress levels and lead us towards depression. Let things go and focus on what you can control.

Find peace in solitude. Turn off the TV, put away the phone and tablet, and play some of your favourite soothing tracks. Read a book. Play your favourite instrument. Just take some time to truly get away from it all and surround yourself with peace.


Self-love requires refreshing your mind, body and spirit. There’s nothing wrong with focusing on your well-being. When you do, you’re better able to function at your best so that you can help others. Focus on positivity, take care of your body, and create an environment of peace. Adopting this approach gives you a fresh perspective on life that adds meaning.


Christine is a content marketing professional. Her passion for writing resulted in the creation of her company CEM Writing Services. Learn more by visiting cemwritingservices.com


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