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When is the last time you were silly?

Gentle Reflection

“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” – George Bernard Shaw

My children know I am always good for a crazy voice “hello” when I enter our house. No matter what kind of day I have had or what I am up against, doing something as simple as that even makes me laugh on the inside.

Being playful and childlike is good for your health. Laughter has been proven to lower blood pressure and reduce stress hormone levels in the body. Remember to act silly, tell a joke, and laugh often! This lightness creates positive feelings and attitudes that linger and offer long-lasting value when you have to deal with life’s challenges. Share a silly thing you like to do to add levity to your day and those around you!

Listen to a brief guided exercise to help you harness the power of breath:


Enjoying the Silliness of Life,

Nancy Gentle Boudrie

zBy Nancy Gentle Boudrie, owner and founder of Awaken With Light, Inc., Talk Show Radio Host, Wellness Coach, Usui Reiki master and teacher, Angel Intuitive Practitioner®, IET Advanced Practitioner®, as well as a certified meditation instructor and practitioner. You may find her at, Twitter @AwakenWithLight, LinkedIn,, and . Listen to other YouTube meditations and mindful exercises by Nancy - YouTube Meditations.+

Nancy Gentle Boudrie

Nancy Gentle Boudrie, Owner and Founder of Awaken With Light, Inc. is a Self-Development Specialist, Inner Peace Expert, Radio Podcaster, Usui Reiki master and teacher, Certified Angel Intuitive®, Integrated Energy Therapy® Advanced Practitioner, as well as a certified meditation instructor and practitioner.

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