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What happens when you do less?

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By Cassie Mendoza-Jones, Kinesiologist, Naturopath and owner of  Elevate Vitality

When you do less, you’re sending a message that you are enough, just by being you.

When you do less, you make space for more to happen.

When you do less, you make space for bigger shifts and greater insights to drop into your lap.

When you do less, you open into an awareness of how you want to be living, of what’s not working for you, of who matters in your life.

When you do less, you fill your cup.

When you do less, you make space for boldness.

When you do less, your heal your adrenals.

When you do less, you find clarity of mind.

When you do less, you let the answers drop in. When they’re ready.

When you do less, you find stillness in your spirit. (And you LOVE it.)

When you do less, you get to spend time with people you love. Or places you love. Or puppies.

When you do less, you breathe more deeply.

When you do less, you worry less.

When you do less, you become more.

When you do less, you become whole again.

When you do less, you make space to listen to your intuition.

When you do less, you make space listen to your guidance.

When you do less, your internal compass stops spinning, and points you in the right direction.

When you do less, you’re giving yourself permission to be a human being. Just be. Don’t do.

When you do less, you slow down, and savour it.

When you do less, you make friends with time, and realise the clock is on your side.

When you do less, you appreciate more. You laugh more. You smile more. You sleep more. (HINT: Sleeping is good.)

When you do less, you let yourself unwind.

When you do less, you truly let go of your internal struggle.

When you do less, you give yourself permission to just be you. 

How do you do less?

The trick to doing less is to make the commitment to do less. Now.

Which really means, there’s no trick at all.

 

What do you need to do less of?

Which area of your life needs your stillness, instead of more attention?

 How can you DO less, so you can BE more? 

What about if you just trusted that the answers you seek will come when you’re ready? What would that mean to you?

HINT: You already know the answers.

Biggest love,

Cass x

 

As a kinesiologist and naturopath, Cassie Mendoza-Jones helps women upgrade their health and their life. In working with Cassie, women move into what she calls “body harmony” – a state of balance, ease and vitality.

She has been described as “… leading a revolution that has both been a long time coming and is desperately needed”.

Her lessons and insights have been featured in Body + Soul, Women’s Fitness, and Gourmet Traveller, and on news.com.au, Vogue.com.au, Sporteluxe, and smh.com.au. She’s spoken at events and workshops around Australia for a variety of companies, including Morgan Stanley.

When she’s not working with clients, or creating new books, online courses and programs, she’s getting lost in a good novel, hanging out in a cafe or suiting up for a yoga class.

Meet Cassie and stay in-the-know about her upcoming online courses, books and events at www.elevatevitality.com.au.

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Melissa Histon

Photographer, philanthropist, adventurer, blogger, avid permitter and social changer, Melissa Histon is a woman on a mission to make a real difference to the lives of women globally. Melissa spent 10 years working in the corporate world before leaving to establish a successful photography business. After experiencing a number of life-altering events, Melissa created The Sista Code in May 2014 with a dream to see women empowered, happy and connected. Whether it's building a house for the homeless in Nepal, interviewing inspiring women from around the globe, or creating events and campaigns to support sistas escaping domestic violence, Melissa knows that true change can only happen when we all stand together and boost each other.

2 Comments

  1. jade

    April 12, 2015 at 11:30 am

    This really resonated with me. I am currently doing a juggling act of full time work being a mum of a 3 year old a partner and trying to keep up my fitness program so i can stay ontop of my anxiety…. let me tell you it’s tough! Deep down i know something needs to give and it may need to be my 2nd job.. will miss the $$ but will have a better work/life balance… thank you for writing such an amazing article. I hope other women get what i got from it xx

    • Melissa Histon

      Melissa Histon

      April 13, 2015 at 12:22 am

      Hey Jade, I so agree. One of my closest friends daughter is dying of cancer – she is only 8 yrs old – and it has been a wake-up call to me. It is so important to have down time – life goes-by so fast – we may as well make it as enjoyable as possible! Mel xx

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