Revitalise your spirit: A spring cleanse for spiritual and mental wellbeing

Discover how to feel energised and revitalised this spring with Margareta Serfozo, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach & Functional Medicine Practitioner @ The Endearing Project.

Spring is known as a time of fresh starts and new beginnings. Getting in touch with nature and your spirituality during this season can do wonders for your mental and spiritual wellbeing. As the world outside comes back to life after winter, it's a great opportunity for us to hit the reset button and give ourselves a mental spring clean. Just like nature sheds its old leaves and blooms anew, we can take this time to let go of any mental clutter and find a renewed sense of purpose and vitality.

Spring Flowers Revitalise Your Spirit

Reconnect with nature

Spending time in nature can effectively reduce anxiety, stress and anger levels, especially when combined with physical activity. Access to green spaces on a regular basis has been associated with decreased risk of depression and improved focus. Outdoor activities also promote social interaction and connection with others. Exposure to natural light during the day can help regulate sleep patterns, potentially leading to better sleep quality at night.

Free your spirit

Set aside a dedicated day for a spiritual cleanse. Reflect on thoughts and experiences that negatively impacted your life and write them down on a paper. Then, on the opposite side of the paper, list the things you want to invite into your life—positive thoughts, aspirations, new relationships and intentions. Take time to connect with yourself, perhaps through breathing exercises or meditation and observe how your energy shifts. Acknowledge what you no longer need and let it go to make space for new things to come. If you feel comfortable, share these changes with a trusted friend and visualise yourself releasing negativity and welcoming positivity into your life.

Spring clean

A study revealed that when there are too many things around that aren't related to the task at hand, it's tough for our brains to stay focused and get things done efficiently. Here's your invitation to spring clean! Start by decluttering your home to clear your mind and improve focus. Begin with your favourite room and set a timer to avoid getting overwhelmed. Make space for everything and get rid of things you no longer need. By doing this, you'll create room for new things to come into your life, both spiritually and physically.

Whether it's a stroll in the park, a peaceful meditation session, or tidying up our homes, it's all about making room for the new. These activities can help us feel grounded and connected to ourselves and the world, bringing a sense of calmness and clarity.

*Disclaimer: This article is intended for educational purposes. The information, or comments herein, does not amount to, or replace, professional advice and should not be relied upon as or substitute for professional or medical advice from a qualified professional. *

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Margareta Serfozo

Integrative Nutrition Health Coach & Corporate Mental Health Facilitator

Specialising in women's health and fertility, Margareta created The Endearing Project to support, guide and enable her clients to follow their own path to wellbeing through lifestyle and behavioural guidance, and wellness, health and fertility coaching.

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