Fall Back Into a Healing Routine

As summer winds down, life at Ritual is picking up.

With school coming back in session, I can feel the collective beginning to draw back into routine. Even if you're long removed from the educational calendar, you might ask yourself what kind of routine you want to establish in your life as we move towards Fall.

Here'a few good questions to ask yourself:

  • How do I want to feel in my daily life?

  • What rituals will nourish me and support a sustainable lifestyle?

  • What will help me show up as the best version of myself?

For example, I want to feel more joy in my life. As I take note of which daily activities support this intention I've identified a few that directly or indirectly contribute to my ability to access joy. Just a few examples include going to bed early to feel well-rested, keeping a closer eye on bills and expenses to lessen financial stress, taking at least 4 movement classes a week to feel present in my body, and meditating daily.

Sometimes the most mundane task is the key to feeling how we want to feel.

While there are many aspects of life that can feel out of our control, there are so many that are very much within our realm of influence. Part of our job is to identify which ones they are.

Each moment that passes is another opportunity for us to consciously co-create with the Universe the life that we want to live and the world we want to live in.

So how do you want to live your life?
What world do you want to inhabit?
How do you want to feel and what rituals and activities can you include in your routine to support this desire?

Discovering your routine may be a key component to healing, for yourself and the world around you. As Virginia Rosenberg says in her Full Moon Forecast, "All healing is shared. All healing is collective healing." Click the link to read more about what's happening in the cosmos at this time.

Keep scrolling to see what we have going on at Ritual as we move into Fall. And thank you for being a part of our sweet little community.

With Love,
Kaci