Life Is Fruitful
Daily affirmations, such as “life is fruitful” though seeming out there and hippie, are quite life transforming. They set our daily tone; remind us to change our thoughts, which automatically begins to shift our energy and vibration. I make the daily habit of saying a few morning affirmations before my feet touch the ground, and they have made significant magical changes in my life. However, if I’m going through a bit of a stagnant period, due to focusing my energy too much on one thing such as work, it becomes hard to maintain that wonderful energy created in the morning. During these times without some mid-day reminding, it’s easy to slip into a negative thought pattern that can drive the rest of my day.
One solution to this is placing the affirmation that resonates most with you somewhere where you are sure to be reminded of it often. Now I’m not one to have quotes, intentions, and affirmations all over my house and desk, so a solution for me was to change all my passwords to a given affirmation that I’d like to really cement in my subconscious.
This has been pretty transformative. Call it crazy but I implore you to give it a try! This is also wonderful for intentions, goals, and manifestations.
Wait, can we coin the acronym WMR (Whoa Mercury Retrograde)? I know. That's why we've been trying to take little conscious breaks during the day.
What it is, what's underneath it, and why it's so incredibly important to welcome this emotion in your Manifestation practice.
The bigger repercussions of the "think positive, speak positive" rhetoric of the 80's, 90's and early 2000's.
An addendum to Monday’s Expander post. Why copying others is dimming your magnetism; and how to get on your own authentic flow.
To communicate clear and current subjects to The Universe.
Softening from a survivalist state of being into our expanded natural state of creator.
Creating a sacred ritual around cooking.
A visual meditation to give over control during the process of transition. For the controlling.
During your meditation practice.
A visual meditation.