Finding My Zen Place

I am on a healing journey, and I think many of us are in one way or another.

I have heard it said that it is useful to think of one’s self as a tree. Grounded by roots, with a firm centre/core and flexible branches that can bend with the wind.

In the last year, as part of my healing journey, I have taken up yoga, which I believe helps us to become more tree-like.

Yoga is not for everyone, and rest assured I am not the most flexible person, but I have already noticed a slight improvement. I have also noticed that as easy as yoga may ‘appear’ to the casual observer that it is also provides a really good work out with lots of health benefits, both mental and physical.

I have not become a yoga expert quite yet, but fortunately I have a great teacher to help me master my downward dog posture.

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I have found that yoga is a great way to relax, de-stress and unwind in create some peace of mind. I feel fortunate to have found an additional activity that helps me deal with my PTSD, like throwing on the pottery wheel does. You can read more about that in my blog post ‘How Pottery Helped my PTSD.

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What kind of activities do you find beneficial for your self care/fostering greater inner peace?


  1. Bless you on your journey. I‘be also been on a journey of a spiritual nature this past year. Actually my whole life but this year it took on a much greater meaning. Resources that have blessed me this year we’re Wu Wei Wisdom on YouTube and also reading Conversations With God series by Neale Donald Walsch. Continue searching and grounding yourself. ❤️

    1. Thank you for the resources 🙂 I will check them out and hope you are keeping well. Wonderful to hear that this year has been bringing greater meaning to you 🙏

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