Are you more in love with your past or more in love with your future?
What do you spend more time talking about in your daily life? If you spend more time in the past, then you will probably attract the same experiences, common feelings and looping thoughts.
Whether your past was terrific or ugly, living in the past can keep us at a standstill and being in a rut is NO fun! I invite you to start to remind yourself everyday who you would like to become.
The choice is up to YOU!
As soon as you wake up in the morning use your imagination to create a new YOU. Think thoughts GREATER than how you might feel. Rise above your habitual feelings and consciously choose actions that light you up and gets you dancing, smiling, laughing and celebrating!
When you walk into the unfamiliar and break those stubborn habits of self-pity or blame, before you know it your world is going to begin to shake up and when it stops shaking it is going to resemble a world that resembles your heart's desire.
Begin today to blueprint a new YOU. Who do you want to become in the future? Write down the vision of YOU in the PRESENT moment as if you have already mastered the new you and rehearse it daily!
Stop being "in love" with the OLD you. The past is gone and today you can be, do and have whatever your desire. If you can see it in your mind, believe it. Then rehearsal, rehearse, rehearse and remind yourself who you intend to become.
You will be amazed how becoming a new YOU, you will become.
Thank you for reading and sharing! And remember always, always, always go where the love is. Namaste.
Did you know feeling SIGNIFICANT is one of the most crucial needs of being a human being according to Dale Carnegie.
As humans we need to feel important, valued and special in some way. If we don't we can act out in both positive and negative ways to get attention.
We can get significance through our degrees, hairstyle, personality or even sadly through the use of a gun.
As I ponder humans need for significance, I'm going to choose to be more present with my loved ones, friends, clients and acquaintances.
Here are some tips on how to do that:
1. Put down your cell phone when you are with family or friends. Especially when out dining.
2. Acknowledge others unique qualities that makes them stand outside of the crowd.
3. Voice daily how much you appreciate them, how much you truly love them and tell them
you don't take them for granted.
4. And mean it!
To put the cherry on top of every relationship you can also use zen master Thich Nhat Hanh favorite mantras of deep presence which are:
-"Darling, I am here for you."
-"Darling, I know you are there."
With all this significance talk, I want to tell you how much I appreciate you coming to my website and reading my blogs! I find you deeply valuable in my life because we are kindred spirits in leading a more conscious and loving life! All my love, Susan
Registered Yoga Instructor Certified Life Coach