Sunday Self-Care In Full Effect

by Yvonne Chase on December 13, 2015

Self-Care Sunday
Today was all about self-care.  This blog is all about relationships.  The relationship we have with ourselves is very important.  How we take care of ourselves reflects that relationship.  I think I do a pretty good job of taking care of myself.  When I had my physical earlier this year, my doctor/lab reports confirmed it.  Self-care is a huge part of taking great care of me.  During the week, eating well and working out are at the top of my list.  I do my best to get at minimum three days in at the gym.  This week, I got in four.  Yesterday was a full hour of yoga.

Started With The Innards
Self-care Sunday started with the innards.  I believe beauty, confidence, self-esteem and overall feeling good about ourselves comes from within.  I started today as I do every day with oil pulling using coconut oil.   Have you ever tried it? Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic ritual where you swish oil (like coconut oil, sesame oil or sunflower oil) around in your mouth for about 20 minutes and then spit it out.  You can learn more about it here.

Sunday
Plant Based Diet
Next up was a coffee enema.  I know, I know, I know.  Disgusting! No one wants to do an enema unless they have too but doing a coffee enema once a week ensures you will never have too, as long as you eat a majority plant based diet and take care to ingest foods that are good for your colon.  Here are 10 reasons why you should try a coffee enema:

  1. Reduces levels of toxicity by up to 600%.
  2. Cleans and heals the colon, improving peristalis.
  3. Increases energy levels, improves mental clarity and mood.
  4. Helps with depression, bad moods, sluggishness.
  5. Helps eliminate parasites and candida.
  6. Improves digestion, bile flow, eases bloating.
  7. Detoxifies the liver and helps repair the liver.
  8. Can help heal chronic health conditions (along with following a mainly raw plant based diet).
  9. Helps ease “die-off” or detox reactions during periods of fasting or juice fasting, cleansing or healing.
  10. Used regularly in the Gerson Institute treatment protocol for healing cancer patients naturally

Sunday
Squeaky Clean
Once my insides were squeaky clean, I moved on to dry skin brushing.  You always want to do it BEFORE you wet your skin in a shower or bath.  Our skin is our largest organ and it’s full of toxins. Below are 7 benefits of dry skin brushing:

Sunday
Excellent Uses For ACV
And then it was time for an Apple Cider Vinegar bath.  I know, I know, I know…you’re probably thinking what the hell but listen, ACV is so amazing in the bathtub.  I added 2 cups too hot water and soaked for 20 minutes.  I also washed my hair with ACV then gave it a good deep conditioning.  After that, it was time for my bentonite clay mask mixed with ACV.  There are so many excellent uses for ACV.  There’s always a bottle of ACV in my kitchen.

Sunday

Sunday
We Have Nothing Without Health
Self-care Sunday ended with a nap and then it was time to eat.  I start every day with a green drink; two greens; today was kale and dandelion root, two fruits; blueberries and pineapple, a slice of lemon, a piece of ginger, 1 tsp of turmeric, 1 tbsp grade B maple syrup all blended with filtered water.  I hope this inspires you to set aside a day for total self-care.  We have nothing without health.  Take care of you!

Sunday

The greatest wealth is health.  Virgil

Something to think about…

Have you ever tried any of the above? Will you try any of the above? Do you or have you ever set aside a day for total self-care? What are some ways you practice self-care?

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shana December 13, 2015

too much acv can strip the hair; the proportion is 1:4.

Try washing your hair with the clay wash…you will be pleasantly surprised…betonite, black strap molassess, aloe vera juice, olive oil, and then some drops of essential oils….

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Yvonne Chase December 13, 2015

@Shana,

I don’t do ACV often. When I do, it’s always 1:4 ratio. I love the results of Bentonite clay in my hair. Leaves it super curly and shiny. Will have to try it with your recommendations.
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