I want to shred the rad, but I’m a bit weary today. Need a little intervention, a dose of burn-out prevention. Not sure what flavor. Please renew my spirit and particularly my good humor. When I feel frustrated and like a victim/martyr: fill me with hope, the present moment and get me out of the blame game, the pain body. My mind goes there so easily, as Annie Lamont says – “My mind is a bad neighborhood I try not to go into alone.”
When I feel like I have no more juice to give, remind me that the juice flows from You.
When I get confused and feel my juiciness is finite, teach me that You provide an infinite well of inspiration.
When I feel lazy, teach me that there is much work to be done and many folks need my assistance.
When I lose faith or fall off the path, damn – again, remind me that I am filled with enormous talent and genius.
When I forget what I am doing and why, help me recover the pleasure, the discipline of pleasure, and the deep satisfaction of my path.
When I lose my faith, show me the way back home, back to You. With humor and pleasure, as that makes it all good.
Sara Gottfried, M.D. teaches women how to balance their hormones naturally so they can rock their mission. She is a Harvard-educated physician, speaker and New York Times bestselling author of The Hormone Cure (Simon & Schuster, 2013). She is board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and is regularly featured in magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Redbook, O Magazine, and Yoga Journal, and TV including The Ricki Lake Show and 20/20. Known for effortlessly blending the seriousness of women’s health with playfulness and humor, Dr. Sara’s mission is to help women lose weight, feel great and vital from their cells to their soul.