Some people, but not all, who were born in 1997, 1988, 1979, 1970, 1961, 1952 or 1943 are called the “Warrior.”

They have such a drive and vitality to be be alive and do all the things, think of a plan and make it real. Working is your friend, and as such we’ll never find you lying on the sofa watching Netflix for hours. Why do that when you can be OUTSIDE?

But the drive to work and acheive can come at the expense of sleep and rest, “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” could be your motto. This is because of this inner tension you carry, which is only partially relieved when you complete tasks.

The key to resolving this problem is your innate sense of discipline, constructing a timetable sticking to it – with an allotted time of half an hour in the day for rest, me time.

Now what I’m about to say could sound very foreign to you, but resting or me time isn’t the time for a work out, nor the time you quickly stroll in the woods (though exercise does great things to relieve the inner tension).

It’s the time to do nothing.

This could mean having a massage, a power nap of twenty minutes, or to meditate.

I’d to end this now with this thought: You’re someone who believes in systems.

After day is night. Day is for activity, working, and night is for rest, recovering from the day.

Do you not work more efficiently after rest? Would there be a Spring without the rest of Winter?

If you’d like more coaching on this subject, then please take a look at my appointments and fees, or contact me at circularfacereading@gmail.com.
Much love!
Cairistiona

 

 

 

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