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Ritual as a Part of Mental Health Self Care

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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 expereinces to hold as reminders of the changes we want to make.

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