Happy New Year Loves!
2020 I see you (Joe’s Voice) “You”
I accept your flow of abundance and greatness!
I developed a few mantras for this new year or this new decade I should say: Live your best life, celebrating the beauty of feeling good everywhere you go.
I MEAN IT!
On my life path I am rediscovering ways in which I find satisfaction, joy and fulfillment. Listening to Abraham Hicks has helped me to unlock a level of understanding about the ways in which our thoughts shape our lives. Are you invested in your mind or in the vortex of feeling good? Change your frequency, change your life. So, crap happens. Are you going to allow every single issue to affect your wellbeing or are you going to live life with intensity and involvement? I not only want to do more of what I enjoy, I want to step out of my comfort zone and try the things that scare me the most. I refuse to let stress, fear or any form of negativity weigh me down.
Today I’m sharing with you some of the ways in which I cope when things get out of balance.
1. I honor my feelings and allow source energy to guide me back to the present moment.
When you’re not living in the present, you’re either living in the past (depression) or the future (anxiety) none of which (past & future) are healthy and can be detrimental. Your mental health matters so value it more than your prized possessions.
2. Switch the subject.
Go for a walk, finish the book you started, get out in nature. The pity party isn’t going to help and most of the time we have tons of other things that’s needs out attention.
3. Get Moving.
If life is a game I’m not only going to play, I’m also dancing and skipping all the way till the very end. Activate the neurochemicals in your body and let them get you going. Physical activity releases Dopamine and Oxytocin which has been tested to alter our genetics and behavior. Same thing applies to eating “happy foods”, what you eat can affect your emotions.
4. Practice Concentration
Dandapani taught me that in order to meditate you first must know how to concentrate. Turns out I was doing this the incorrect way but nevertheless I started over. Most of us can’t even sit alone for 5 minutes without checking the phone or the first thing at sunrise is that we check our phone. Yes, we all have busy lives, kids, business but those are just excuses. We’ve developed this ordeal that multitasking is the way to go. It can be as simple as making the bed or preparing breakfast. Place your attention on the task you’re doing and notice the thoughts that occur. One thing I noticed when having a conversation with someone is that 99% of the time I’m looking at them trying to speak while scrolling on their phone. We have become so disconnected that our awareness is puzzled and next thing you’re asking me to repeat myself. Quit that habit and try focusing.
We’re feeling good & doing what is appropriate.