Create Shift S6,ep3; The Importance of Routine in Challenging Times

In today’s solo episode of Create Shift I’m discussing the importance of routine, and how it’s especially important in challenging times such as the current World Pandemic we’re facing. I acknowledge the positives, and the issues with routines and share how I’ve gone about creating my new weekly routine and daily rhythms. I hope this short episode will support you in creating your own routines, or tweaking your existing ones.

Thanks for listening as ever,

Ellen x

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Topics covered in this episode.

  • How routine can be particularly grounding for excess of Vata dosha.
  • Why it’s important to remember routines should be allowed to be flexible.
  • How I’ve created a routine experiment for myself and how you can too.

Links and resources mentioned.

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