Love Note: The Physical Language of Love
We know that touch is the language of love.
Touch creates those delicious hormones oxytocin and prolactin, the chemical components of bonding and love.
That means that every time you touch and are touched, you are brewing a love potion under your very own skin.
This time of year, we often need touch more than ever.
Would gifting yourself a massage feel good this week, Kitty?
Would an extra hug or two be welcome?
Perhaps a candlelit session of Cleopatra-inspired Body Worship? (see below)
Right now, think of the part of the body you'd like to touch the least.
That's probably the part that needs it the most.
Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and with all the reverence you can muster, notice how it feels to treat that part with the same tenderness you would show to a newborn baby's feet.
Slow, deep inhale, slow deep exhale.
With a warm fuzzy hug,