Tag: experience

Consciously Choosing A Positive Attitude (Part 2 of 2)

Miss out the first part? Read it here!

 

Continuation:

 

Choosing a positive attitude is a process. We don’t just choose it once and expect everything to be perfect from that moment on. We will still experience setbacks, delays, accidents, frustrations, arguments, fatigue, and fear.

To reiterate, it is our choice

The secret is how we choose to react to these experiences. Do we want to let them ruin our day? Do we choose to pick ourselves up and look hopefully to the future again? We do have the power to choose.

You may be asking what the point of a positive attitude is. If we’ll still experience negative circumstances, why bother with choosing a positive attitude?

Ah, that’s the true beauty of the creative process. What we choose to focus on the most, we create in our lives.

By choosing a positive attitude each day, we are actually attracting more positive experiences. Thus, reducing the likelihood of negative experiences.

You may have noticed that each experience often determines the quality of the next experience. This almost always causing a chain reaction in our lives. If one little thing goes wrong, it can throw off our plans for the rest of the day.

In this context, it’s easy to see how a positive attitude would be powerful. Rather than allowing one little thing to ruin our day, we would be able to shrug it off and continue on without a hitch.

Over time, this resiliency begins to strengthen and empower us, which will show through in our demeanor. We begin attracting people and experiences that more closely match our attitude.

Before we know it, out lives eventually transform into more positive, fulfilling expressions of joy.

And it all begins with a little thing called attitude!

Again, this is a process, so go easy on yourself if you’re trying to adopt a more positive attitude. Simply focus on developing a stronger awareness of your attitude moment to moment in your daily experiences.

Begin choosing a more positive one more often. It takes time to realize the full benefits of this type of mindset, but it is time well-spent.

Before you know it, you’ll be one of those people you used to admire for their tenacity and strength. Your life will transform in amazing ways.

 

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Live Abundantly (Part 1 of 2)

Many of us are bowed down by life – stressed, short of time, tired, on a treadmill. We know that this isn’t the way to live, but not knowing how to free ourselves up to live more fully, more abundantly. There are simple things we can do. They don’t take time or money, but they take a change of attitude.

Below are the things we can do

Be totally financially honest

If you are not, this implies that there is not enough for you to have everything you need without dishonesty.

Create a vacuum so that more good things can flow into it

Don’t fill your life up with things you don’t really want. Ask yourself if you want each thing before you buy it. Don’t have abundant rubbish. Live abundantly by seeking out the things and experiences that work for you in your core being.

Tithing is often associated with religion, but it is also possible to tithe in a non-religious context

This seems a really important aspect of living abundantly. Every time you freely give money away, you are implying that you are confident that more will come. This is a BIG positive affirmation with a lot of power behind it.

The traditional amount is 10% of your income. I’ve recommended this to lots of people. Then they’ve told me that when they do this, magically, they seem to have more.

I started with 10% but now I’ve increased it. I’ve discovered that the more I give away the more I get back. It then results to a happier and more abundantly I live.

Being grateful for what you already have

Focusing on the good that is already in your life. It’s easy to think about what you don’t have. But spend some time each day thinking about what you do have. Start each day by thinking of 5 things that you are grateful for – and express this out loud.

 

Continue reading the last part.

Secrets For Stress-Free Living (Part 1 of 4)

Secrets for a stress-free living is not a secret after all. We only need to reflect and talk to ourselves.

Below are some of the things to ponder:

Accept the problem

Be at peace with a current problem, for the solution to come to you. You have to accept yourself where you are, no matter what. We cannot solve any problem without first accepting it. We spend so much of our time trying to deny what has happened or deny a part of ourselves. Pushing it away, which only leads to more of the problem appearing in your life.

More often than not, accepting the part of you that is creating the problem solves half the problem. Part of you is trying to send you a message. Maybe it’s time you listen.

You cannot attract to you, that to which you are not already connected

So be an appreciator. One of the fastest ways to attract what you want towards you is learning to appreciate the good. Whatever situation life is presenting you with. Being an appreciator is so important because it is the closest energetic vibrational match to source. Therefore the creation of what it is that you want.

The more you operate at that frequency, the closer to source you are. This will make things faster to manifest for you in the physical world. It is not important to verbalize your appreciation but simply to offer it.

Appreciation is the antidote to some of the lowest forms of energy and emotions we are capable of shame, resentment, etc. By offering thanks and assuming that you already have what you seek, you immediately begin to attract more of it towards you, whether you have any of it or not.

Happiness is not pleasure

The experience of pleasure is a right now, in-the-moment, sensory-rich, and sights, sounds, and feelings experience in your person.

 

Continue reading second part, third part and the last part.

Yoga In Improving Personal Life (Part 2 of 2)

Read the first part here.

 

Continuation:

How would I learn how to do yoga?

They have classes all over so you should be able to be enrolled. In addition, there are films and books to teach yourself as well.

Can yoga hurt me?

Yoga can hurt you if you don’t know what your doing or you do too much of it at once that is why you need to talk to your family doctor before you start anything new that is stressful to your body.

You have to take these kinds of things slow it’s just like exercising you have to build yourself up. You can’t run right into it and expect full benefits from it. It does not work that way. It takes time and obligation before you will see any changes in your body or mind.

When learning to do yoga just take your time and be conscious to it learn all you can learn cause it will help you deal with many health issues. You may have just don’t try to do it all at once and make sure you call your family doctor to make sure it okay to do it.

Then try to find a good group. Groups are always easier for some one that way you have some support to turn to if you have any problems. If you can’t afford gym payments, then try asking family and friends to join you.

You can start your own home gym at home. At local dollar stores, you will find videos for one buck. Use the videos to gain skills in exercise and yoga.

Yoga is an interesting exercise, since it helps you to build muscles and reduce stress. Yoga will help you lose weight; feel better, and so on. Yoga gives you many options in improving your overall personal life.

 

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Reason, Season, or Lifetime

 

People come into your life for a reason , a season or a lifetime .

When you know which one it is, you will know what to do for that person..

 

When someone is in your life for a REASON, it is usually to meet a need you have expressed.

They have come to assist you through a difficulty, to provide you with guidance and support, to aid you physically, emotionally or spiritually.

They may seem like a Godsend and they are.

They are there for the reason you need them to be.

Then, without any wrongdoing on your part or at an inconvenient time, this person will say or do something to bring the relationship to an end.

Sometimes they die. Sometimes they walk away.

Sometimes they act up and force you to take a stand.

What we must realize is that our need has been met, our desire fulfilled, their work is done.

The prayer you sent up has been answered and now it is time to move on.

 

Some people come into your life for a SEASON, because your turn has come to share, grow or learn.

They bring you an experience of peace or make you laugh.

They may teach you something you have never done.

They usually give you an unbelievable amount of joy.

Believe it. It is real.  But only for a season.  

 

LIFETIME relationships teach you lifetime lessons, things you must build upon in order to have a solid emotional foundation.

Your job is to accept the lesson, love the person and put what you have learned to use in all other relationships and areas of your life.

It is said that love is blind but friendship is clairvoyant.

 

Thank you for being a part of my life. . .

Whether you were a reason, a season or a lifetime.