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Ritual as a Part of Mental Health Self Care

Ritual doesn’t have to be religious, weird, or woo-woo. Think of ritual as a way to give your brain sensory (sight, touch, sound, smell, etc) symbols of a shift you want to make.

Maybe it’s a big ritual like a moonlight burial of the mementos from a relationship it’s time to let go of, or just a sunday-morning, open-window, Lizzo-blasting deep clean.

The more emerging neuroscience research underlines the intricate link between psychology and body- the more I believe it is important to give our body’s sensory experiences to hold as reminders of the changes we want to make. Image may not be published, presented, or duplicated without permission
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