Thanksgiving connectivity


Welcome back,

Today I share with you two tips for building connection to your loved ones. It begins with being at ease in your body and feeling at home. 

Don’t forget to breathe. When you notice yourself becoming reactive slow down your exhale and notice how it shifts your state. This helps balance the nervous system, allowing you to digest your food and connect with others.

Eat slowly. Take time to connect and listen to the conversation going on around the table. Tap into the intentions behind the words and subtle energy being shared. Everyone is doing their best so acknowledging this will help tremendously.

Appreciate the small stuff. Every moment can be a gift if we choose to see it as such, and appreciation helps guide us to see this.

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Thank you!

Enjoy the holiday tomorrow.

With love and gratitude,



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Published by Alec Hurley

Alec Hurley is a Yoga Health Coach, yoga teacher in the San Diego area and a life long surfer. He is the founder of Higher Self Wellness and an avid practitioner of ancient wisdom and spiritual practices which he infuses into his public yoga classes and group program “The Art of Connection”. He is professionally trained as a Chef and incorporates the ancient wisdom of “food as medicine” into his culinary creations. Alec infuses the practices of personal and planetary alignment into his modern healthy lifestyle toolkit to help shift the collective into deeper states of connection.

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