Remember my previous post -the-3-r-s-relax-resolve-revolution-rejuvenate when I promised to write mo’ posts using
3 letters from the alphabet to inspire?
Well, ‘tis the greenest month of the year and Mac-n-Mo’s
Favorite Irish holiday: St. Patrick’s Day, AND… March is
National Nutrition Month.
MORSELICIOUS MARCH MADNESS!
"For each petal on the shamrock.
This brings a wish your way
Good health, good luck, and happiness
today and every day."
-An Irish Blessing
May I present to ye’
The 3 M’s:
Manage Mo’ or MORE?
More of what, you ask?
More of EVERYTHING! Savor and relish all life has to offer and I do mean ALL! Of course, how YOU define ALL is up to you.
March forward! (a bonus M)
Morseliciousness living playing-the-game-of-life-morseliciously –a refresher from my previous article http://www.examiner.com/article/playing-the-game-of-life-morseliciously
Meditate -the intentional concentration on one thing.
Don’t you LOVE that concept? I mean, how often do we truly concentrate on one thing?
For example, as I’m writing this article, I’m making dinner AND juggling the camera phone, cayenne pepper and coconut oil, NOT in that particular order, but I dare you to try it.
Ponder on the concept of Marching Mo’ into Mediation and I don’t mean sitting on a mountain top, chanting and humming with your eyes closed, although you COULD do that. Rather, I’d like to focus on the above definition of intentional concentration on one thing.
Consider what things you do in your daily life that fully engage your attention and concentration?
Ever notice some of your most creative and best ideas come to you while in the shower?
Why is that? Perhaps, because we can’t use our phones, computers or cook in the shower,
thus fully concentrating on getting clean. Please do NOT try this at home!
However, I will argue, one can scrub the shower while showering, but for this article’s sake, let’s not go there.
Talking a walk or a hike offers a kind of meditation.
Any form of physical exercise, especially outside in nature is meditation.
What’s your “sport” of choice? Try to keep it clean! ☺
Allowing the breath to flow freely helps relieve stress, removes toxins and helps circulate the blood. It also releases endorphins, a natural pain killer and feel good neurotransmitter
or in plain-speak, a feel good “drug” without the negative side- effects.
Who can argue with that? O.K. I know who YOU are and I’m not playing!
A MORSELICIOUS meditation is what I’m marching towards this March.
Will you join me?