The catch: you have to notice what's in your environment.
Living in a fabulously decorated home or sitting in
an English garden doesn't, in itself, "feed"
you or balance brain chemistry. You have to be aware
that you are witnessing beauty, then the
you go through your day, start observing. First, you'll
identify the more obviously beautiful things you've
noticed before. Move on to the more subtle, the "little"
things usually overlooked. Make sure your favorite
colors are around you. Experiment with scents that
you enjoy - candles, bath oils, essential oils. Read
Natural Highs to learn more about how
colors, scents and so much more impacts your health.
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