Do you have a serenity place or spot you can go to when you are feeling in overwhelm, out of sorts, frustrated, distressed or just need some you time?

Sometimes to keep your sanity, you just need to withdraw, even if it is for a breath or two, to recalibrate. It can be a physical spot or somewhere inside of you that is precious and sacred. It shifts the tension in you. It calms you down. It brings life back into perspective.

We are so busy doing that we forget to take a moment to simply breathe and be. It is that easy, yet that hard when we on autopilot. It is a wonderful circuit breaker. Furthermore, it gives you the space to be able to step back and see what is happening for what it is. It gives you the opportunity to think about how you are going to respond rather than just react. It brings you back into the present moment and into conscious awareness.

It connects to your heart and soul. It connects you to who you are and what you want in life. And it opens you up to the opportunity to look at things in a different way. To open yourself up to new ideas, thoughts, and perceptions about the experiences you are having in your life.

Your heart and soul are so precious. They need to be loved and nurtured as well. Give yourself moments during the day to tune in, even if it is just one breath at a time.

The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.
Helen Keller

To find out more on how you can power start your day and remain connected to yourself, click through to my blog on ‘how to power start your day.’

Happy moments in your serenity spot. Namaste.

meet chantal

Chantal Vanderhaeghen is an intuitive guide, small business owner, creator of an international skincare brand, passionate philanthropist and meditation, reiki, tapping and mindfulness teacher. She works with women ready to make changes, shatters perceptions of beauty and perfection, and inspires people ready to become mindful entrepreneurs. She lives with her talented man in the Perth Hills and can be found online at



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