Spring is a season of balance, poised between winter and summer. It’s also a time of opposites and extremes, like a tug-of-war between the two seasons to see who rules for the day. This makes it a good time to work on balance in your life.
Think about the different aspects of balance. There is static balance when things are level and calm. Then there is dynamic balance when things are equally matched but rocking back and forth.
Consider how balance moves through your life. Sometimes it helps you stay calm. Other times it pushes you this way and that.
Make a list of things in your life. Try to match pairs of good and bad influences that counterbalance each other. Where the good things seem weak, think about how to strengthen them. Where there is a gap, imagine how you could fill it. If it’s actually going well, consider positive challenges you could add. Balancing exercises can also help. You might explore something like yoga or tai chi.