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Self Care for deeper wounds

Deep wounds require more profound healing. We've learned to take care of the surface and neglect the deeper scars, but this leaves us vulnerable to future wounds that can lead to illness. Self-care is a way to begin the process of genuinely healing; it's a way of treating yourself as if you were your own best friend or parent—and spending time with yourself as if you were someone else entirely is one way to achieve this goal.

Self-care is not emphasized in our society much. It is a concept that has been lost over time, and we have been taught that it is selfish to take care of yourself. We are taught that if we don't do what others say or if we don't meet their expectations, then we are selfish. This causes people to feel guilty when they do something for themselves instead of others or when they neglect their own needs in favor of taking care of others' needs first (even when those other people aren't asking).

This comes from the idea that being selfless means putting others before yourself--but this isn't true! You can be kind and caring while still prioritizing your own desires and needs as well as those around you--and doing so will actually make everyone happier because they know their loved ones are happy, too!

Feel the need for your investment that lasts longer and deeper

Self-care is the act of caring for your own needs. It involves being mindful of how you feel, and how much time and energy you're putting into work, relationships, and other activities that aren't directly related to taking care of yourself.

Self-worth investment is something we all need in order to maintain our mental health. We spend so much time worrying about other people's needs but forget about ourselves sometimes because we think it's selfish or self-indulgent when really it isn't! Self-worth investment means investing time and energy into yourself so that your well-being can be maintained at a higher level than before which will lead to better performance at work as well as improved relationships with others because now they have someone who knows what they need instead of just guessing based on past experiences alone (which isn't always accurate).

Did you know trauma or unhealed wounds manifest in physical health issues?

I didn't know about this until I was 29 years old. I never came to the realization that it is even possible for this concept to exist. Until I came across Reiki and, through that, my quest to know more about the Mind, Body, and Spirit connection developed. Louise Hay has a great book called "Heal Your Body," which will help you identify your emotions and how they affect your body, mind, and spirit. This gave me a new perspective to look at my own health years ago. This helps me connect with my clients at a deeper level. It's like puzzles being placed together. I look at the physical symptoms and then ask a few questions, which will help them self discover what could have led to this place. By knowing it, we are disintegrating the energy and taking our power back to heal. In some cases, it is easy; in some, therapy work is required.

Body Talk is a fantastic technique that allows the body to speak through movements and sounds (like crying). "The Body Keeps a score "is a great book to connect on these aspects.

Feel the need for your investment that lasts longer and deeper

Self-care is an investment in your well being that lasts longer and deeper than the temporary satisfaction of material things. It's also something we all need to do more often, but it's easy to get caught up in our busy schedules and forget about taking time out for ourselves.

If you're looking for ways to invest in yourself, here are some tips:

  • Find what works for you! There isn't one perfect way of doing self-care; everyone is different and has different needs. The best way forward is by experimenting with different methods until something sticks--and then sticking with it! For example, maybe meditation helps calm my nerves, but going for walks makes me feel energized; maybe reading articles about how other people manage their stress helps me identify new strategies that work best during tough get the idea :)

  • Be mindful about what fuels happiness vs. unhappiness (and vice versa). When I'm feeling stressed out or anxious over something specific happening right now ("I need this presentation done by Friday!"), then making sure I have everything ready beforehand will help alleviate those feelings because they won't build up while waiting around helplessly without anything else occupying my mind - but if there's nothing pressing going on right now (such as preparing presentations), then taking steps toward achieving goals related only indirectly related may not provide much benefit since their effects won't show until later down the road." In this process, Journaling or writing down my thoughts helps me in a Big way.

  • Don't negotiate on your healing; invest in healing rather than saving for nails or hair. Once you feel good from the inside, your outer needs will always be met. While external grooming and self-care are essential aspects of our lives, they should not take precedence over our inner selves. By nurturing our inner selves, we create a strong, resilient, and contented foundation upon which our outer needs and desires can be met naturally and harmoniously. It is a reminder that true beauty and satisfaction arise from within and radiate outward, enriching both our own lives and the lives of those around us. Of course, we can invest in both nails and self-nurturing at the same time. Get to know the priorities. When the inner needs aren't met, we crave the outer needs. Just think of this and reflect.

Reiki is my favorite way to heal and connect to the inner guide

Reiki is a Japanese technique that uses the energy of the universe to heal. It's similar to acupuncture, but instead of needles, you get a light touch or energy flow over your body.

Reiki can help with any kind of physical or emotional pain--and it's beneficial for deeper wounds such as trauma or grief. This is because it works on all levels: physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual. Reiki practitioners often say they feel like they're doing something they were meant to do with their lives when they practice this healing art form!

Meditation is another way to care for the soul. Meditation is the practice of focusing your attention on a single point. It's one of the best ways to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. Meditation can help you feel more calm and relaxed as well as improve your ability to sleep better by reducing cortisol levels in the body. It can also improve memory recall by increasing blood flow through areas of the brain responsible for learning new information--this is one reason why so many people who meditate report increased creativity!

Even if you fail at meditating on many attempts, look out for different ways to do it. Or check out the Mindfulness approach, which is easier to implement in busy days as it takes only a few minutes and can be done multiple times a time. I have a few blogs on Mindfulness and my podcast, too.

Affirmations are positive statements about yourself. They can be used to help you feel better about yourself, and they can also help you to feel more positive about your life. Affirmations also contribute to a sense of confidence and self-esteem, which has been shown to lower stress levels in the body. Use Sticky notes or posters to keep reminding yourself on any uplifting statements you want to use.

Gratitude is a state of mind that can help you find happiness, no matter what your circumstances. It's not just about being grateful for what you have in the present moment--it's also about appreciating the people who support and love you, as well as the things they do for you.

The key to gratitude is not simply listing all of your blessings on paper (though there's nothing wrong with that) but rather maintaining an attitude of appreciation throughout every day. When someone offers to help me with something or offers advice on something important in my life, I try not to brush them off by saying, "Oh yeah, yeah, whatever." Instead, I try to listen carefully and sincerely thank them for their concern or assistance whenever possible! Feel back the energy before sleep, and you will notice you are in a higher vibe and sleep well with that, knowing that life is better in that moment of time.

With a bit of work, we can heal our wounds and find peace.

When we are in pain, it can be challenging to think about anything other than the hurt. But if we want to move forward and heal our wounds, then we need to start by taking care of ourselves first. When you care for yourself and prioritize your needs over others, you will feel better able to help others when they need it. When people in our lives are struggling, it is important that we find ways of supporting them without putting ourselves at risk by becoming overwhelmed or drained by their problems. It is okay (and necessary) for us all-- whether self-care is something new or an old habit --to ask for help when needed!

There are many different ways for people who love each other or work together professionally: some common examples include setting boundaries around what kinds of support they provide each other, creating buffers between themselves so as not to get overextended emotionally, taking breaks from work/social commitments so they don't burn out due lack sleep/excessive stress levels caused by caring too much about everything else except themselves

We hope this Blog has given you some insight into the importance of self-care. It's not just about feeling good; it's about healing deep wounds that can affect all aspects of your life. If there is something in your past that still haunts you today, we encourage you to seek out help from a therapist or other professional who specializes in trauma recovery work. Or schedule in you Reiki or Akashic Records session to connect to your soul deep within.

I offer a range of services, including Reiki healing, Akashic Record readings, women's Cacao Ceremonies, Meditations, and guidance for individuals and groups. If you're looking for support on your journey of spiritual growth and self-discovery, I invite you to explore my website or contact me directly.

I would be honored to support you on your path to healing and enlightenment.

Namasté & Angel Blessings,

Srimanju Katragadda

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