Body, how are you? I'm listening. Speak to me.
Thanks, body, for telling me when you've had enough. ‘Time out,’ you say but do l hear you? Again, you scream, ‘Time out.’”
Don't you hear me talking to you? Listen, body knows best. Time out, chill time.”
Thanks for telling me you’re hurt and exhausted, in need of sleep in need of melatonin repairs.
When you don't like Food input l feed you.
Neither the fabrics l place on your body when you can't breathe and air your cells.
I love you, body. I'll promise I'll feed you right, clothe you right, so l don't cause you further unease. Don't be mad. l do care but with so much noise, nuisance, environment l don't hear your sweet silent voice.
Thanks, body, for signalling how you're feeling TODAY.
Devised by Angela Campbell