As we navigate through the rough waters of adulthood and all its accompanying responsibilities, we tend to lose touch with our lighter side, our playful, imaginative, magical child within. That magical child is the part of us that brings joy to our lives, sparkles with new ideas, believes in possibilities, has inspirations, enjoys belly laughs, tries new experiences. We need to invite that aspect of ourselves back into our daily lives. To do that we can remember the things we loved doing when we were younger and have set aside, we can open ourselves to spontaneity, we can try a new form of artistic expression, we can pay attention to our impulses, which may be ideas flowing from our higher selves or intuition, we can allow ourselves “down time,” letting our imaginations freely take new directions without following a task list. Giving air time to your magical child brings happiness back into life!