Write to Lift Your Mood
Three of my favourite feel-good sequences
Hello Dear One,
I’m on retreat this week and – for the first time in a very long time – won’t be taking my laptop. I’m looking forward to the break, to the downtime, to being present with the group of souls I’ll be meeting. And, in the meantime, I wanted to remind you of three of my best mood-boosting sequences.
The third letter I published – and the first about writing to lift your mood.
The sequence is still one I use at times in workshops, as it really can change your state of being – without being forced or fake.
Often when we feel low it can be because we’re in fear and scarcity. This short practice helps train your brain to recognise the abundance around you and, in turn, lift your mood.
What's more important than having fun? Yet sometimes – when I’m busy, low, or stressed – I can lose my connection to the things that make me feel good. Let this practice be a reminder we can access them at any time.
I hope they help – as always the archives are also available.
Thanks for being here and being you – wishing you a beautiful week,
PS - My good friend Lauren who has a fab newsletter of her own recommended this song and it has boosted my mood ever since.