Summer Rejuvenation




“Summertime is always the best of what might be.”
Charles Bowden

As we move towards summer, take a moment to appreciate the quality of newness it invokes as you look around and see new greenness and fresh growth. Breathe in the newness and let it wash through your entire being. Feel your spirit rejuvenated.

Our beliefs and values can change overtime, and what used to define you strongly may no longer be an authentic part of you. Keep your identity fresh and current. talking and sharing with people you might not usually interact with can open your eyes to new experiences, enriching you in ways you might never expect. Join a new group, a community club, an exercise class, or volunteer for a charity or project.

We devote much energy to negative activities, gossip and judgment. Yet you can choose to cut them out, freeing yourself from the negativity. You will be surprised by how much more energy you have. Be ruthless in censoring your thoughts and verbal expressions. Feed your brain with only inspiring and uplifting content. Try this for a day and see how different you feel at the end of it – fresh and uplifted. Do it for a week and you might change your attitude for good.


Use the summer to relate to your world with a renewed sense of aliveness, seeing beauty and colours through fresh eyes. As you experience this newness, your life-force is activated. Life, inside and outside of you, becomes rich and inspiring……Take yourself forward with renewed vigour and a commitment to use the summer well.

And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.”

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