I'd like to ask you to stroll down memory lane a moment with me. Think back to the early days when you first started dating someone special. Do you remember establishing a sense of love? Oh, how in love you were! You couldn't get enough of one another's company. You were resistant to the cold because of your warming love.
Love is like that. Love circulating in our thinking makes the blood circulating throughout our bodies warm us. I'd like to talk about this kind of warming love and see if you can affect your health a bit for the good by keeping yourself warm when you circulate a sense of love.
First of all, I'd like you to recognize the truth about love and blood circulating by giving it a try. March is a great month to experiment because we still have some cool days. I'd like you to experiment by dressing differently. If you normally wear a heavy coat when you go out of doors, wear a lighter one. If you wear a lighter coat, wear a sweater. If you normally wear a sweater, go without one. I'd like you to feel more cool than warm.
Now, begin to think about something that you love as you talk a small walk. Think about your boyfriend or girlfriend. Think about some hobby that you are passionate about. Think about a wonderful meal you'll enjoy when you get home. Taste it. Smell it. Get that love flowing. Make a list in your mind of everything you can think of that you currently absolutely love.
Now, consider your sense of comfort after thinking all those loving thoughts. Are you just as comfortable with less clothing than you were when you wore a heavier coat? I submit that a sense of love flowing throughout your system will keep you feeling warmer.
Have you ever seen children joyfully playing in the snow without jackets at all? Their love of play destroys a sense of cold.
If you can establish a sense of love about all the aspects of your life, you'll not only feel more positive-minded, but you'll feel warmer too. I realize that many women have a tendency to wear many layers and they take them off and on with regularity. You won't have to do this with a proper sense of love flowing and keeping your blood warm.
What are you most interested in? I am hoping you did not say "Nothing." We are in an environment where the opportunity for focusing our interest is so enormous it would literally be impossible to become bored.
I think that the movie "The Bucket List" is an excellent example of staying interested and keeping that warming love going. It's about two terminally ill men who escape from a cancer ward and head off on a road trip with a wish list of to-dos before they die. Well, what's on your Bucket List? I think it would be grand to create a list so long you'd never get to finish it all. But boy, would your interest be active, keeping a sense of love flowing, and your blood warmed up.