If you believe you can accomplish anything, you can. Your fears and doubts are illusions. Don’t buy into them. God did not place talents in your heart only for you to be afraid to use them. You have a special purpose on this planet. Surrender to your life’s calling.
Because how you treat other people is a reflection of how you treat yourself.
Trust that those who love you have your best interests at heart. Have a heart-to-heart conversation; in person or over the phone, with someone you love. You’ll both feel better afterward.
I connect with a loved one today.
Focus on the good. Focus on what is working in your life. Focus on what you do want in your life. What you focus on grows. That focus is God telling you, “There is another way. Follow Me toward your Highest Light. I will not let you down.”
When you are creating things that are not so right, you can, at any moment, align with your Creator, step into your Divine Self, and say:
Today, I create a wonderful life. The choice is always yours to make.
God is always giving you an opportunity to create a beautiful life. The typical mantra you hear is “life is hard.” We are here to tell you that it does NOT have to be hard. Divine Order is always at work. Simply step into that order to create the life of your dreams.
We look forward to watching you create a beautiful year.
Consider this success mantra as planting a seed that will grow into an abundant harvest. Repeat daily and often.
I’ve been following Kristen Helmstetter’s blog for many years. Recently she changed the name of her blog to Happy Sexy Millionaire, and explained her goal to become exactly that: a Happy Sexy Millionaire. I think it’s one of the best affirmations I’ve ever heard. I’m down with the concept like four flat tires.
Her blog is here: http://kristensraw.com/blog/
From The Art of Mindful Living by Thich Nhat Hanh. Audiobook links are below.
Breathing is the essence of Thich Nhat Hanh’s teachings. The technique in the photo is called “In/Out.” We stop thinking so much when we focus on our breath. We all think too much. Our body is present, but our mind is lost in the past or anxious about the future. The first fourteen minutes of The Art of Mindful Living, Part 1 is about this breath. It’s worth a listen.
Lovingkindness to yourself is where it’s at. 😊