THE SLOW LOVE MOVEMENT

Monthly Focus.

Instructions

Snail crawling down a lovely cherry on a wooden surface.
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Relax into Slow.

This is a slow movement. Allow yourself to relax into it.

It is not better to 'finish' because the power is in bringing your attention to today.

Footprints in the sand by the ocean at sunset.
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Take Small Steps.

It is better to do one thing every day, than to try and do all the things.

It is the cumulative effect of small actions over time that creates true intimacy & connection.

An open diary with a grey pen , a tea light candle in a grey ornate holder and some flowers.
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Be Consistent.

Each month is designed to be small & actionable. When you learn a new action,  do that everyday from then on.

If you like, you can always go back a month or back to the beginning. You have all the time you need.

Cup of tea in a blue & white china tea set on a wooden table. The teabag label says Drink Me
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Integrate.

Sometimes it takes a while to integrate new things into the rest of your life.

It is better to integrate one thing well, than to rush to the next thing.

Someone sitting on a wooden floor with a book on their lap and a coffee and laptop by their side. A cat is walking toward them.
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Be Inconsistent.

Life will get in the way.

It's likely that at some point you will stop for some reason or other. That's to be expected. Simply begin again wherever you like.

Instructions

1. Relax into Slow.

Snail crawling down a lovely cherry on a wooden surface.

This is a slow movement. Allow yourself to relax into it.

It is not better to 'finish' because the power is in bringing your attention to today.

2. Take Small Steps.

Footprints in the sand by the ocean at sunset.

It is better to do one thing every day, than to try and do all the things.

It is the cumulative effect of small actions over time that creates true intimacy & connection.

3. Be Consistent.

An open diary with a grey pen , a tea light candle in a grey ornate holder and some flowers.

Each month is designed to be small & actionable. When you learn a new action, do that everyday from then on.

If you like, you can always go back a month or back to the beginning. You have all the time you need.

4. Integrate.

Cup of tea in a blue & white china tea set on a wooden table. The teabag label says Drink Me

Sometimes it takes a while to integrate new things into the rest of your life.

It is better to integrate one thing well, than to rush to the next thing.

5. Be Inconsistent.

Someone sitting on a wooden floor with a book on their lap and a coffee and laptop by their side. A cat is walking toward them.

Life will get in the way.

It's likely that at some point you will stop for some reason or other. That's to be expected. Simply begin again wherever you like.

Month 1: Expressing Love.

Month 2: State of the Nation.

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Month 3: The Window to your Soul.

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Month 4: Transition Time.

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Month 5: Acts of Love.

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Month 6: Domestic Logistics.

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