How to Nurture Your Inner Child in 2017 By Zodiac Signs
As we face a new year, this is a good time to renew your connection with your inner self. Cultivating the child within helps you view life from a place of openness and creativity. Using the element of your Zodiac sign as a guide, boost your vitality as we move into 2017!
Earth Zodiac Signs(Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn)
Nature is the cure for Earth signs to rekindle a sense of wonder in their lives. Pack up a picnic and head to the woods or the beach, and plan for a day of play. By immersing yourself in the pleasures of the Earth, you’ll re-charge your batteries through the beauty of the natural world. Let go of all responsibilities for a day and embrace the patient wisdom of our beautiful planet.
Air Zodiac Signs(Gemini, Libra, Aquarius)
Air signs can become indifferent when disconnected from their child-like experiences of joy. To reconnect with your inner self, plan fun activities with your friends. Air signs thrive on groups, community, communication and learning. A book club (read your favorite children’s books) or a game night (choose a silly, childhood board game) will rejuvenate your spirit just in time for the new year.
Fire Zodiac Signs(Aries, Leo, Sagittarius)
Fire signs usually don’t have trouble connecting to their inner child. The trick is to reconnect with the child within who is joyful rather than ready to throw a tantrum; creative instead of dramatic. If you’re feeling cut off from inspiration and simple pleasures, get some new art supplies, go dancing or take a trip. Fire signs love action in all forms, just be sure to indulge in impulses that are free spirited rather than immature.
Water Zodiac Signs(Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces)
Your vulnerability and connection with your emotional side keeps you young, but factoring fun into the equation is important too. Water signs can tap into the joys of youth by reconnecting with childhood activities. If you once collected stamps with a passion, start a new collection. Loved rollerskating? Buy yourself new skates. Exploring an interest you remember as a child can remind you of what once made you happy and inspire you again in the present day.
Last updated on August 9, 2016 at 6:21 pm. Word Count: 367