It's funny how, when you agree to let God into your life, things start to change. It's even funnier how, when you start surrendering to God, things start to flow.
or Learn How to Magnetize A Life You Love with Visualization
Okay, I admit it. I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with visualization. It just seems so… well, hard to do. And time consuming. And boring. I just un-love it.
But I bet you couldn't help but visualize certain body parts when you read the title of this post! That's because visualization works, sadly, whether we want it to or not.
***As a sidenote, for any new readers, I'm not usually so crude – I just get all riled up when I think about having to visualize my successful future for 15 minutes per day for the rest of my life to have the Law of Attraction bring me everything I want.***
I had an epiphany late last night (or early this morning depending on how you look at it) that the solution was not to toss visualization but to devise a work-around…
It's the end of January and, at least here in Ontario, it has been grey and cold and snowy.
January can be one of the hardest months of the year for people. The gloom and the emptiness and the post-holiday bills can make it hard to focus on anything bright and beautiful.
And yet, in their infinite wisdom, many of the world's cultures have chosen this coming weekend to celebrate the return of the light. Right now, we're celebrating:
If you're like me, and many of my clients, you cherish your home. It's your haven, your root, and your place to source and nourish yourself.
Or at least you wish it was.
Well, the year is certainly ending with a bang for me! What about you?
I was at the Hell Yeah! Star event with Suzanne Evans and Larry Wingett in Atlanta last weekend and it was intense. We were learning how to create a personality brand and I got triggered every which way. Thankfully I have a great support team and some pretty kick-butt emotional resiliency thanks to the tools I use and I was able to move past the triggered state and get everything I could out of the content they delivered – while I ignored how they delivered it.
A few years ago, I was in Florida for a Rich Dad event and I saw Raymond Aaron, another great Canadian success coach, deliver his presentation. He had one phrase in particular that has always stuck with me and I want to share it with you:
In fact, we're taught that to be happy with where we are is a sure-fire way to fall behind. If someone asked you what you were up to and you said something along the lines of 'Nothin' much, just chilling (or relaxing for us in the older crowd)', you would surely be met with a bewildered stare.
We are expected to be busy. We are expected to be striving. We have been taught that there must always be new activity and new stuff to fill up our time and our minds.
But let's be honest here…
Well, it's definitely summer.
Not just on the calendar but I can feel it in the hot, hazy humidity and the desire to kick back with a glass of iced tea and read a trashy novel.
What does summer mean to you? Is it chaos with the kids at home or calm at the family cottage? Or a mix of both?
As for me…
Have you had that moment yet where you realize that if you don't start caring for your body then you're going to be in for a rocky ride?
I've had it. I started getting occasional knee pain and I have this rib that pops out if I spend too much time on the computer.