Is it possible to embrace all of the wonderful possibilities that are available in this existence?
How can we consistently embrace Pronoia, instead of paranoia. How can we make ourselves believe the world is constantly collaborating to work towards our greater good, instead of always being paranoid the world is “out to get us”…we are what we believe. We believe what we constantly think about—what are we constantly thinking about, or fueling?
Is it okay to pay attention to our thoughts? Should we listen to all of whatever we think? Where do these thoughts even come from—could they potentially stem from outer sources? Are these outer sources even something we should listen to?
Why must we give so much credit to the words of others—are others in positions of Authority always correct?
How do we trust our own Intuition?
Can we break free from others misconceptions, thoughts, and judgements?
How can I personally expand all of my wonderful possibilities, and embrace all of the wonderful things this life has to offer?
One must ask themselves these things. The answer always lies ahead of the question. What are you asking yourself lately? Are you asking the right questions?
May you begin…
recipe for good day:
2 cups of hot water.
3 glasses of water at room temp.
at least 5 vital foods (fruits, nuts, beans, legumes, and vegetables).
30 minutes (no-mind) meditation.
sprinkle in some reading.
5 minutes of prayer (sub. conscious intention/intentional thinking).
5 minutes of free-writing (sub. talk to yourself out-loud).
include body movement.
music to taste.
add a bunch of courage.
spend time with nature.
name the things you’re grateful for.
enjoy quality time with others.
say hi to a stranger.
be thankful, gracious, and full of wonder.
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Appreciate the world around (the world we continuously co-create) and if you don’t like something about it stop complaining and do something about it. Always be kind with yourself, plants, animals, and others; have fun, be light-hearted, and enjoy your PRESENT.
Today, I am grateful for:
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