Sometimes the winter weather can make us sedentary. So can grief, so when they are coupled we can become as still as stone.
Sometimes, particularly if we were caregivers or have others that we need to care for, we push our bodies beyond reasonable limits and we may even take risks physically.
The commitment to move in a centered way will serve us. Some religious traditions use bodily movement as a metaphor for the spiritual and psychological movement that we are to engage in during the task of living.
If you have been too still or pushing yourself too hard physically, think about what it would mean to move bodily in a way that cares for yourself.
Today's Suggested Intention: I will think about how movement is integrated into my well-being.
Today's Suggested Action: I will take a walk around outside for 5 minutes every 2-3 hours.