The Structure of Life

The body… health, cleanliness, nutrition, exercise, fresh air, the use and exchange of your energy to maintain and build the vision of your life, sexuality and the exchange of life, the family and the social dynamics of living in community…getting back to basics, the simplicity of physical foundations.

All else beyond that is a question of education, lifestyle, preferences, expectations, ambitions, social upbringing, self-measurements, creativity, the expansion of our joy and roles. Once we know who we are and have an understanding of our emotional make-up, all the above that is beyond our physical foundations, represents an advanced concept of our purpose and fulfillment. Sometimes, when the nature of what we want has not yet manifested, whether in a relationship or with our work, it is good to remember the structure of life and to breathe and be grateful for our bodies. Nurturing the body and the physical world in which we live allows us to rest in the stillness of your soul, patiently gathering strength while time aligns and enables our unfolding.

So take this time, if you are in a patient cycle in your life, to reflect upon and nurture your body. Honor, through recognition, five ways in which you nurture the structure of your life and list some of those ways here:

Health: (In what ways are you contributing to your health?)

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Cleanliness: (How do you care for your cleanliness?)

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Nutrition: (What do you eat when you feel good about eating it?)

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Exercise: (What do you enjoy and when do you enjoy it?)

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Fresh air/Nature: (How and when do you connect with nature?)

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The use and exchange of your energy to maintain and build the vision of your life: (Which aspects of your life do you appreciate?)

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Sexuality and the exchange of life: (How or when do you feel sensual or sexual? Is that energy returned to you in a way that supports you?)

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The family: (Who supports you in your family and how?)

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Social dynamics of living in community: (How, when or in what way do you participate in community and how does it support you?)

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Again take a moment to appreciate the life that is the physical you and breathe.

Stephany Lane Yarbrough

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