Today’s solocast topic is: 5 Daily Rituals for Finding Acceptance in Yourself
Acceptance is a big word, right? I think it’s something that we all aspire to because with acceptance comes peace. It comes with feeling mellow and not that frantic energy of not enoughness and struggling and self worth issues. All the things that really take us down and make us feel the opposite of peace. It makes us feel a low vibration and it makes us feel that struggle in daily life.
While we may want the acceptance there’s this acceptance surrender. It sounds really nice. It sounds so peaceful. We need practicality when it comes to implementing these concepts in our life. I think it’s really important to recognize and to have real tools and strategies in place.
I can say for me in my own life, as I go deeper and deeper into this work and it starts to become more and more practical as well. In the beginning, when I was writing about food, it would be very practical to combine this and eat that in the morning. And now I’m really getting to that place when I talk about spirituality and the mental and emotional concepts of acceptance.
I really like the practical tools because I know that they have helped me so much. And I love to share what has helped me, with you. You are my sister, my brother and I do believe we’re all connected.
Topics Covered In Daily Rituals for Finding Acceptance in Your Life
#1. Body relaxing throughout the day
#2. Gratitude at the beginning, middle and end of the day
#3. Journaling for empowerment versus victimhood
#4. Meditation on a daily basis
#5 Including rituals around nature into your life, your home objects, spaces, and work
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Kimberly: 00:01 Hi Beauties and welcome to our Monday solocast podcast, where our topic today is 5 Daily Rituals for Finding Acceptance in Yourself. So acceptance, it’s a big word, right? I think it it’s something that we all aspire to because with acceptance comes peace. It comes this feeling of, ah, just feeling mellow and not that frantic energy of not enoughness and struggling and self worth issues. And all the things that, you know, really takes us down and makes us feel the opposite of peace. It makes us feel low vibration, and it makes us feel that struggle and daily life. And so while we may want the acceptance and we’d be drawn, especially to the, you know, these like the Eastern concepts where, you know, Buddha and Buddhism, there’s this acceptance surrender. It sounds really nice. It sounds so peaceful. We need practicality when it comes to implementing these concepts in our life.
Kimberly: 01:06 And I think that it’s really important to, uh, to recognize that and to have real tools and strategies in place. And so I can say for me in my own life, as I go deeper and deeper into this work, it starts to become more and more practical as well. Just the way in the beginning, when I was writing about food, it would be very practical about, you know, food, combine this and eat this in the morning. And now I’m, I’m really getting to that place. Um, when I talk about spirituality and I talk about, um, emotional concepts like this for the concept of acceptance, you know, mental, emotional. So I really liked the practical tools because I know that they have helped me so much. And so I love to share as always what has helped me with you. You are my, my sister, my brother, I do believe we’re all connected.
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Kimberly: 04:39 And our Q&A shows, which always air on Thursdays, all right, loves let’s get right into the show today. Sometimes I really love doing a good solocast because I’ve got it organized here a little bit, and I get to add live, and I get to really go into topics that I’m really passionate about. And I am very passionate about this concept around acceptance, and it’s a deep concept. And so it’s something that we’ll continue to talk about more and more in different ways and different angles, but the purpose and the intention of today’s solocast is to give you some practical ritual, some real tools that you can start applying in using today, acceptance and surrender. You know, sometimes we resist these words because then there’s this part of our mind that struggles and says, but I don’t want to accept it, how it is because I want it to be better.
Kimberly: 05:34 I want it to look like this, or I don’t want to just give up. And that’s not really what acceptance is. Acceptance is about finding harmony with this now moment. So whatever’s arising, we accept it. And so we, we literally stop the resisting. And when we find harmony with we then have more power and more energy to go forward and to create shifts and to create change if that’s what we want. But if we struggle with accepting it in the first place, we don’t have the power in the same way we get depleted. And we dissipate our energy in different ways and there’s this constant struggle going on. And so it can block us from the, you know, the, the clarity and the creativity to come up, maybe with a path forward. So there’s so much written about this now moment, you know, these, these classics now be here.
Kimberly: 06:38 Now, the power of now some of these U modern writers like Eckert Tolle and, uh, rom Dass is all about this now moment. And so we can have this beautiful vision of what we want our goals and our dreams yet at the same time, we have to keep coming back to this moment, to this moment, to being right here and finding a way to really find harmony now, to letting the struggle start to relax down and finding that peace, and then we’re able to move forward in whatever it is that we want to do in our lives. So I talked about this a little bit last week in our Q&A, I remember a community member named Marina was talking about going in a different direction in her marriage from her husband. And she was struggling with that. And, um, you know, she was eating, she was restricting her food more and she was exercising more and she was finding all these different ways, these coping mechanisms.
Kimberly: 07:46 And I remember when I was going through my big breakup, I didn’t really want to accept it. I, um, you know, I moved out, but I was like, I don’t, I don’t, even though I was, I was the, you know, the one that, that left into another home, I was, I just was having a really hard time, you know, accepting my new situation. And it was such a big transition and it took some real time to relax down and to keep, um, connecting inward and to really refine in the deepest way than I had ever found prior, really connecting to myself and accepting what was, and once I really started accepting what was and being okay with me, no matter what situation I was a single mom here in a family, whatever it was, it really started to open the door to deep growth and to all kinds of incredible things coming in, including eventually my soulmate, hubby, Jon coming in.
Kimberly: 09:02 And it wasn’t until I was really an accepting place and a really peaceful place, you know, in my, my personal journey, it’s, you know, different for everyone, but that’s when it opened the door for that relationship. So it’s important that we recognize the importance of acceptance because it’s not, it’s not something we can necessarily get around by doing more planning, more, or trying to control more. It’s an energy. And we know what the root of everything, everything is energy. So it’s like in the beginning, when I talked about food, energy and V you know, um, freeing up beauty energy and this idea of, you know, the less energy we spend in digestion, we have more energy. We can redirect into healing and rejuvenation and vitality and all these other concepts. And so when we don’t accept things, we hold down a lot of energy and that’s energy that can be directed towards our goals and our dreams.
Kimberly: 10:01 And this openness that comes with acceptance allows it’s very magnetic. And it’s a different frequency for allowing more that you can attract in and more that you can, without over efforting, more will start to come to you more will be drawn to you because it’s a very different energy when we start to really accept and we start to surrender, there’s a very powerful piece and softness around that, which again, allows more in.
#1 Ritual for Finding Acceptance in Yourself: Body relaxing throughout the day to relax your body down
Okay. So all of that being said, let’s get into the practicality here, the daily rituals that I really want to share with you, the first one is body relaxing. So as we go through, um, diving into the cornerstones, we realized that we have very powerful tools in each one. And our body can be a very powerful tool in our path to acceptance. When you start to notice something that you do not like, let’s say an email comes from your boss saying, you have to redo this project, or, you know, whatever it is, notice what happens to your body.
Kimberly: 11:09 Your body may constrict and may tighten your heart may start to race. You get a weird feeling in your belly or whatever it is. And what that is indicative of is resistance. So your body is tightening and closing because you’re resisting, whatever just came in. So the SIM first practice that is simple, but powerful is to, in those moments, get out of your thoughts and go into your body and notice, oh my gosh, my shelters are up towards my ears. Or, Hey, my breath got really fast here and tell your body to relax, tell your body to relax. This is a variation of something Michael singer I believe talked about in, um, was it the untethered soul, which another wonderful book where he talks about when you feel that constriction to say to your body, relax body, relaxed body, you can say it mentally. You can even say it out loud.
Kimberly: 12:04 Or for me, I don’t even say anything. I just notice I create that awareness. And then I go into relaxing the body. And why this is important is because the body and the mind are really one loophole system. So when you are, um, when you’re trying to surrender and accept, what’s happening, your body can support you in that if your body is open and relaxed, you will have an easier time accepting something mentally. Okay. It starts there. And that can be a starting place. It doesn’t mean it’s completely easy, but it will support you. Imagine the difference, like try it right now, right? You’re driving or walking or whatever, just scrunch your ears, uh, your, your shoulders up to your ears and notice how that feels. I now relax it down and just give a little wiggle, ah, so old bed, right? So it means you will be more open in whatever you’re dealing with.
Kimberly: 13:05 Whatever’s coming your way. So the first thing is, you know, moment to moment, especially when tough situations come up, go into the body relaxation, and you can breathe into those areas. You can notice I’m holding my shoulders, I’m holding my belly. My heart’s racing. Just focus on slowing down your breath. You know, focus on breathing into your belly, just create more softness and try to use your body to remove rigidity. And I promise you, if you start to remove that rigidity from your body, it makes it easier to find acceptance in your mind. Okay? So that’s our first daily ritual. And you can also start the day in that place of doing a little bit of a body scan. This is something that we talk about in the circle this month, which is about avoiding burnout, and we go deep into it. So again, this is a really, um, wonderful time.
Kimberly: 14:00 I want to invite you into the Solluna Circle. If you want to keep going deeper and deeper in your own self-awareness and practices with the beautiful sisterhood community, because there’s the space there to go even deeper until we talk about doing that body scan, it’s, it’s a beautiful practice to do it in the beginning of the day, even, um, let’s say there’s just general tightness as you get into email, or like, oh, there’s so much on my to-do list. I know I’ve had that lately because I’m my to do list is really insane right now with the book coming up and, you know, we’re launching the pregnancy course, there’s so much going on. So I just try to start the day with my body feeling really relaxed and good. And then I try to check in periodically and just notice what’s going on in my body.
#2 Ritual for Finding Acceptance in Yourself: Gratitude at the beginning, middle and end of day
Kimberly: 14:44 Um, and I work on relaxing that down more and more. Okay. Our second daily ritual is gratitude at the beginning, the middle and the end of the day. So again, when it comes to resistance, it’s because we want something to be different than how it is. We want something to show up different than how it really is. And so it makes it easier when we can still find that expansive energy of gratitude, no matter what we’re going through. So for instance, when I was losing my mom and it became clear that we were not going to be able to save her, I started to bring in, and this is through the grieving process. So much gratitude that I had such a beautiful, amazing mother in the first place. And, you know, that’s part of why it hurts so much because the love is so big, but then I find the gratitude for the love.
Kimberly: 15:45 There’s always something to be grateful for. And so I say beginning and middle and end, because it doesn’t take long to cultivate gratitude, but we need to put, uh, awareness and just like any practice, really build that regularity in that. So in the beginning of the day after I meditate, I really call in gratitude and I really work on feeling that intense thankfulness and appreciation. And it’s a really great way to bring it. You know, it’s a great thing like meditation to do at the beginning of the day. Cause it brings more openness as you go into your day. And then the middle of the day, you know, before meals, I call in gratitude and this is a practice we do at family dinner. We all go around and we say what we’re grateful for. And so it keeps that energy stoked as you’re moving through the day.
Kimberly: 16:39 And I do it before I eat anything. I say it silently to myself, what I’m grateful for. And then at the end of the day, or probably maybe feel a little frazzled if you had a busy day and maybe you had a tough mom day, or maybe there was a lot going on at work, it’s really wonderful to end the day on that note as well, and just feel expansive and open and to remind yourself that there is so much to be grateful for. And it doesn’t have to be so specific, you know, like this happened to me today and this, it can be part of it too, but also just look around like the fact that we’re alive in an old body is amazing. My husband and I talk about this all the time. He said to me, last night, he goes, is this real?
Kimberly: 17:18 Is this like, we’re in our bodies? Like this is incredible. And sometimes when we peel it back and back, it’s like, we take all this stuff for granted, you guys, but we’re breathing, looking at my window right now. There’s this yellow bird rifle for color. I’m grateful that, you know, we have technology that we can connect to each other like this through time and space. I mean, it’s infinite when we think about what we can be grateful for. And so it starts to make us feel that openness, where we realize we’re bigger than any situation that we’re going through. And it allows us to find more of that peace and softness and acceptance. That’s so powerful to come to come at any situation with, so try it. You can create your own daily rituals. It can be also something that you write out in your journal.
Kimberly: 18:08 If you’re drawn to that, sometimes I make gratitude lists or something you can share with family members. As I mentioned, like going around the dinner table and everybody’s saying what they’re grateful for. So those are two of my practices, like as it relates to gratitude, writing it down dinner time, and you can create your own individual ones, but I encourage you to make it something that, you know, even has a few moments like when you’re washing your face, you can be, you can connect that to feeling grateful, something at the beginning, middle and end of the day, it would be ideal. But to start out, if it’s just one time a day, that’s wonderful too, but it is a powerful thing to tap into. So it’s something that you can call on multiple times a day if that resonates to you.
#3 Ritual for Finding Acceptance in Yourself: Journaling about empowerment
Kimberly: 18:56 So my third ritual is journaling about empowerment. Um, as I wrote my notes journal about empowerment, uh, versus victim hood. So what I mean by that is when we journal it’s it’s, uh, what it really is to me is a space for stillness because when you’re journaling, it allows you to just reflect, to write. You can write, you know, free flow. You can work with journal prompts as we do in the Solluna Circle, but it’s a time for not doing stuff, but deep introspection and reflection. And again, I think it’s a very powerful practice that you can work with. And when we get into that mindset of, again, resistance, not fair, this shouldn’t happen. I don’t want it this way. I worked so hard. Why is this? Why is that? You know, ultimately that is falling into the disempowerment of, of the victim saying all this happened to me. And, you know, I think we’ve all met people that have lived in victim hood for a long time.
Kimberly: 19:59 And what happens is life starts to close in more and more. And it’s just this like continual resentment and a little bit of addiction, maybe even to feeling sorry for ourselves. And, you know, I say this with love. It’s just not going to empower you even as much as we complain. And so we want to feel empowered and so we can switch the conversation. We can, we can sit with something that we’re not okay with. So let’s say in my case and what I was talking about earlier, when I first was like, eh, I don’t like this label, single mom. I don’t like it makes me feel like I failed or whatever it is, a salad that, and then sat with that journaling even five minutes, a day, 10 minutes a day back then I was journaling actually a lot more than that. And I had the space I created for it.
Kimberly: 20:48 Um, the first few months I wasn’t going out much. I was really late processing, but what happened was I would journal about it and I would see, I was really playing the victim like this isn’t fair. Why is life turning out this way? And then started to shift to this empowerment of, oh wow, I’m strong enough to be on my own. Wow. I feel like I’m getting stronger every day. I see, I see the gifts. Right? Cause it was writing it out and I’m like, oh, I can see this and this and this. So it’s almost like in your head, things are swirling around, over and over again. These circular thought patterns and they feel good. Right? Always on the thoughts are just going and going. So for me, journaling is concretizing. What we are processing is putting it down. Your physical eyes can see it.
Kimberly: 21:37 Your hand is writing it. I definitely recommend journaling with a pencil or pen. And so there’s a part of your brain. That’s connecting to it. And so logic and reason can start to come in as well because otherwise, you know, left our own devices. The monkey brain monkey mind will just keep spinning and spinning. So journaling is a very concrete way to write things out and to look at them and to step back and to introspect and to find a little bit of space there that can bring in, again, new ideas, creativity, logic reason. And you can say, oh, let me turn this. Let me look at the empowering part of this. And we look at the benefits of this challenge. Let me look at the strength or whatever it is, and it can help support you again, just like all of these daily rituals to really find that acceptance and to see that, you know, I can work with this.
Kimberly: 22:28 I am strong enough. So try it. I recommend getting a dedicated journal for yourself. I love journals and I will be designing one for you guys shortly to offer because I love them so much, but just have that journal handy. I actually have one right here next to me as I’m doing this podcast because I read what I write in the moments, or I feel that struggle. I go back and I read some of the positive parts that came right from me. And I read the insights. I circled the big insights, and then I don’t just write it and never read it again. I actually go back and I revisit and it’s really good concrete reminders right from myself. And so it feels really good. And I feel like it’s been such a powerful tool for my growth. It’s a drive for yourself. I also hope that it’s a powerful tool for you and your life as well.
#4 Ritual for Finding Acceptance in Yourself: Meditation
Kimberly: 23:32 Okay. So the fourth daily ritual for finding acceptance, no surprise here, but I must be said meditation. Meditation is the time where we move from the egoic world, the world of doing into the space of being, and it is the ultimate expansive opener. It’s like being in the weeds literally or down here until like, like full drone vision. And you can start to disconnect more and more of that really tight rigidity and things working out a certain way or being a certain way, or someone saying something in a certain way. And you just have this much bigger vision and you get into this energy that isn’t so specific about this or this or this. Let me start to connect back in and you start to relax the body down. You start to relax the breath down and it makes it a lot easier to accept what is, because in that expansive energy, you get past the specific so much that we put so much import on in daily life, right?
Kimberly: 24:33 It’s easy to get caught up in this and this. And she said that an old work colleagues took credit or whatever it is. And instead we realized that so much of our power lies in this really gentle, connected, peaceful way. And meditation is a law, is that real, really powerful daily ritual that you can do in the morning as I recommend. And also at the end of the day, if you can create space for it. And that ritual will really allow you to keep growing in your connection, to the true self, and that will allow acceptance and surrender to come in in many ways. Now I’m not saying it happens right away. And I’m not saying that meditation makes your life all better immediately because that is not realistic. It is a practice like anything else. But what it does is it’s a powerful tool for self-reliance and, and strength. And so more and more, you will be more open to that surrender and you will find it easier to accept yourself, yourself as whole and complete yourself, even that, you know, she, or he may make mistakes or stumble, but you accept, Hey, I’m more than any of this. I’m bigger than this. It’s okay. And same thing for other people, deep acceptance comes from meditation.
#5 Ritual for Finding Acceptance in Yourself: Bringing in nature into your space
Kimberly: 26:08 And then the last ritual that I wanted to share with you is bringing in nature into your space or ritual for nature. And the reason I say that is because if you look at the trees outside, you know, they’re not perfect. They kind of grow in funky ways sometimes. And you know, flowers are beautiful, but sometimes a flowers crooked, or it doesn’t have the same pedals as the other one, or the plant kind of grows on evenly or whatever it is. And I really find comfort and strength from nature. And from that beautiful acceptance that she has of herself, because she just is who she is, shows up as it is. So whether that ritual may involve, um, if you have a little altar where you meditate or where you gather sacred objects, you could be a bunch of picture frames of your family or whatever, but you play some rocks or some plants outside that you gather in a twig or something, and you place it there with the intention of, you know, I’m working on acceptance.
Kimberly: 27:21 And, um, I’m working with these tools from nature to help remind me of that. And it could be a little prayer, or you could do your own little ritual where you set it up on the alter and you meditate. And you, you know, that resonates with you can, you can ask spirit for more acceptance or you can just work on acceptance within yourself, but bringing in nature, bringing in the elements, bringing in all these, you know, beautiful forces around us is a way to support you as well. So the way I work with this is I have many rocks. I think of rocks on my walk and they’re not like polished or anything. They’re rough, but there’s something about each rock that draws me to it, whether it’s the color or the shape or whatever it is. So I have rocks around and I’m in my office right now.
Kimberly: 28:06 I’m looking at some of my rocks and, uh, you know, I like to have plants all over the place. And when I’m finding those moments of nonacceptance or a little bit of rigidity or hardness, I’ll pick up one of those rocks. Or like I said, I’ll sit at the alter, um, in my bedroom usually, or sometimes down here in my office with the natural elements. And I just take some breaths and I look at the natural objects or I’ll hold them in my hand and I’ll remind myself that things are as they are. And there’s this beauty in this perfection and how things come out. And it’s the limitations of the mind and the ego that make us think that it has to be a very specific way. It has to look up a very specific way when in reality it does not. And so nature is a very potent reminder of that.
Kimberly: 28:56 So you can do your own little rituals. You can gather objects, you can put them in places where you see them again, you can work with them in meditation or in prayer, get them on your desk. Um, whatever it is that resonates with you, it could be some leaves that you gather with your child that Hurley funky colors or whatever, but it’s that real perfection in the imperfection that nature shows us that I think is a really powerful teacher. And it’s the opposite of what we hear in the media, right? Or, you know, mainstream with all the, you know, stuff that’s out there and everything is so stylized today and everything is so, um, perfected in many ways before it’s put out, but really simper this again, the beauty of the imperfection is so powerful to accept and to, um, to make peace with. And so we can bring those objects physically into our home and around us.
Kimberly: 29:54 And that energy I think is supportive as well. So those are my daily rituals for you today. My loves number one, body relaxing. And you can notice, you can start to make it a ritual that you do throughout the day, or at least once a day, just to relax your body down. Number two, gratitude at the beginning, middle and end of the day. Number three, journaling for empowerment versus victim hood. And that can be, you know, even in five, 10 minutes in the morning or night, or just, you know, regularly like getting around that journaling and getting ideas out of your head onto paper, number four meditation. And I do recommend this on a daily basis. We have our free guided meditations for you. Our practical enlightenment meditation that you can check out on the app or on the, mysolluna.com website and number five, bring rituals around nature into your life, into your home objects spaces, and work with nature.
Kimberly: 30:51 She has a lot to teach us. So even if you live in a city, but there’s a park nearby and you find that a couple tweaks or whatever, there’s always nature is always around. Um, you go on a trip and you find the rocks there or whatever, we can find nature. And she has so much to teach us. And sometimes it’s wordless, we just sit with her and we take in that powerful acceptance of however she looks, however she shows up and that’s really beautiful to work with. So my love, thank you so much for being here with me today. I hope you enjoyed our solo cast. And along with asking questions in the, um, on the tab on the website, if you have any other solo cast topics that you’d like me to take a deep dive on, please submit them as well, because I’m open to that and hearing from you and your ideas, I’ll be back here Thursday for our next Q&A podcast until then take great care. My love reach out to me. I’m on social. I don’t underscore Kimberly Snyder and check out the circle, which again, I can’t encourage you enough to join because it’s where we can keep going deeper and deeper in our, in our journeys to gather, sending you so much love, take great care of yourself and see you back here soon.