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How Floating Can Help You Grieve and Let Go of Unrealistic Expectations

🌊❤️ Floating builds emotional resilience. This self-care practice not only alleviates physical discomfort but also serves as a therapeutic space for emotional release and healing. When you slow down and get quiet, it can open up strong emotions and allow you to process them.



Navigating Grief During the Holidays

This time of year can be tough. If you are coping with a loss, it can feel magnified during the holiday season. Grief may manifest as a heavy emotional burden, encompassing feelings of relief, sorrow, overwhelm, confusion, and anger. Acknowledging and processing these emotions is crucial for personal growth and resilience. Floating gives you a safe space where you can do just that. 


Letting Go of Unrealistic Expectations

Expectations can sneak up on us and before we know it, there’s a heavy load of stress, pressure to create perfect moments, and fit ourselves into boxes. 


What if this year you could redefine your own holiday experience, prioritizing personal well-being over societal norms? Say no to obligations and joy-draining traditions. Next time you’re in for a float, focus your meditation on what you want the holiday season to feel like. What would your ideal experience be? Visualize it as you relax.


Practicing Self-Compassion

Cultivating kindness toward yourself at this time of year makes a big difference in navigating the holidays. Release the need for perfection and embrace moments of self-compassion. Create micro-moments of joy through simple acts like a quiet cup of tea or extra moments under a cozy blanket. Understand that self-kindness is not about perfection but surviving and finding joy in the midst of chaos.


The holiday season, if laden with grief, expectations, and societal pressures, can be overwhelming. While floating provides relief from physical pain, one of its super powers lies in offering a sanctuary for emotional expression and healing. This season, prioritize showing up for yourself, acknowledging your emotions, and seeking the support needed for a more resilient and authentic holiday experience. 🌊💪💕



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