Has anyone told you to avoid negative thoughts?
While that might work in the moment, avoiding any thoughts leads to trouble down the road.
But if you aren't supposed to avoid the thoughts, what do you do with them??
You certainly don't want to get stuck in negativity or accidentally manifest negative situations.
This week we talked about the inner work of fulfilling relationships. This is powerful stuff!
If you want deep and meaningful relationships and avoid the superficial clutter, check out these videos.
1. Identify what makes your relationships fulfilling.
2. Create a fulfilling relationship for yourself
3. Increase your self worth: What you see in yourself is what you see in others
4. Develop a mindset of trust
5. Set healthy boundaries within the relationship
How often do you put off taking care of yourself? You know, the things that help you thrive the most in order to take care of someone or something else?
There is no need to be perfect with your prioritization of self-care, but if you fin yourself putting it off at least 50% of the time, then take a look at your approach and mindset around it.
If you are long overdue on your thriving activities, feel free to download this meditation to use before sleeping to help you wake up rejuvenated. https://www.vibrantlifenaturalhealing.com/sleep-meditation
How often do you find yourself longing for a vacation - and feeling guilty because you have so much integrity with your work ethic?
"Burned-out billionaires are taking extended multimillion-dollar 'sabbaticals' to recharge, from world tours on private jets to skiing expeditions in Antarctica"
How often can you afford to take a vacation?
You don't need to spend thousands of dollars and dozens of hours on a temporary recharge.
You can do it right now!
All it takes is connecting to Life Force and directing the energy through your energy field.
1. To connect to Life Force you can either imagine yourself surrounded by light, or use the energetic triggers that you learn in Miracle90 or Recharge (the new transformational program for business owners!)
2. Take a few deep...
80% of success is psychological. Have you noticed that every time you take a leap of faith in your business, grace steps in, and everything seems to fall into place?
Conversely, when you worry and doubt every step of the way, important decisions don't get made and action doesn't get taken... and everything slows down to molasses speed.
I love Marie Foleo's message in this article about tapping into faith in your business.
"Faith is the essential characteristic that all successful entrepreneurs share. " - Marie ForleoRead more about tapping into faith in order to grow your business here.
Have you ever been told that if you would just step out of your own way, you could double or triple your business, or more?
It's not that you're in your own way (so stop being so hard on yourself! There is nothing wrong with you <3 ), it's...
Thrive Global wrote an article about 4 different ways to de-stress:
1. Find The Cause
2. Time Block
4. Get Some Fresh Air
These methods are a great start to a life free of unnecessary stress! I would love to hear which helps you the most.
"Mentally scan your body to get a sense of how stress affects it each day. ... and allow your mind to focus on the different melodies, instruments, ..."Read More about de-stressing so that you can be happier, healthier, and more productive.
Stress itself isn't a bad thing - in fact, it helps us learn and grow when we use it as a barometer for success.
Stress is often a sign that things are out of balance or alignment. It's a sign that action is needed. BUT taking action and making decisions while stressed typically leads to some kind of sabotage.
If you know me at all, then you know how much I believe in gratitude, and how much I love gratitude journals.
I practice and teach gratitude journaling in a completely different way than most, though.
When I first started gratitude journaling as a way to focus my mind and energy, I did what everyone else does, and quickly found it lacking real feeling. I found myself just going through the motions.
Then, by accident, I discovered a brand new way to journal about gratitude.
I was on a year-long road trip with my family and was desperate for other families to connect with. I was feeling a bit down with the isolation we were experiencing, so I started writing a letter to God/Spirit/Universe etc.
"Thank you for my amazing family. Thank you for the sunshine. Thank you for our beautiful comfy home..."
As I got into saying thank you, I started saying thank you for things that hadn't even shown up yet. It was really fun! And...
Take a look at the people in your life that you spend the most time with. Do they push you, cheer you, or encourage you? Do you feel better about yourself when you're around them, or worse? Do you feel inspired around them?
These 5 behaviors are warning signs that a person isn't necessarily someone you want in your closest group, and will hold you back.
5. Scarcity mindset
Tony Robbins encourages his clients to keep close tabs on the quality of their peer group, and has a fabulous article on it here.
“The quality of a person’s life is most often a direct reflection of the expectations of their peer group.” - Tony RobbinsRead The Article From Team Tony Here
Do this right away to quickly and easily level yourself up. It may be emotionally challenging to think about letting people go who you are close...
Tracy Brower from Forbes Magazine wrote a great article about how play can boost productivity by at least 20%. That can turn a 10 hour work day into just 8 hours! What would you do with 2 extra hours each day?
Here are the reasons the states in the article:
1. Play fosters innovation.
2. Play unites team members.
3. Play lets us bring more of ourselves to work.
4. Play helps us blow off steam.
My 6 year old son, River asked me how to clear his mind the other day. "Do I have to be a ninja to clear my mind?" he asked.
No, you don't need to be a ninja, or a monk. You just need to be able to focus on one thing.
In this video I show you a process that takes just 2 minutes that you can practice before you start a work session or sales appointment.
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Let's be honest... how much sleep do you get each night? 5, 4, or 3 hours? Sometimes fewer?
I can attest to this article, as my first 4 years of being a mom I was completely sleep deprived, and was much more prone to anxiety, yelling, depression, and getting sick than any other time in my life.
"Tiredness can have a severe impact on all areas of your life, and a profound impact on your productivity at work. This sleep study bu Hult International Business School highlights just how detrimental lack of sleep can be:
One of the most common reasons for sleepless nights is built up stress that has been stuck inside, causing you to be mentally/emotionally/spiritually restless.
One of the easiest ways to release internal stress is with breathing. By simply practicing healthy breathing throughout the day, you can release a lot of the...
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