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Wordless Wednesday, with Wayne Dyer. — The Ministry of Loves
I thought I would let Wayne do the talking today in a 101 ways. I love everything he has done, but I thought this would be a great start. With Love XWordless Wednesday, with Wayne Dyer. — The Ministry of Loves
Bring Your Gifts To The World
Bring your gifts to the world
Everyone has something to offer today
You have a gift
A gift of kindness
A gift of a smile
A gift of listening
A gift of a helping hand
When you look at another human being today ask yourself
How can I help you today?
Peace — Inspire Someone Today, Wonderful Wayne Dyer quote. — The Ministry of Loves
Just the beginning of my Wayne Dyer sharing. He is, for me, one of the greatest translators of the Tao de ching in modern day. He is compassionate, human, unpretentious, and has a way of making it crystal clear to all, which is surely the whole point. Dimistifying all with his bright, kind and real manner. […]Peace — Inspire Someone Today, Wonderful Wayne Dyer quote. — The Ministry of Loves
Soul Sunday – Gratitude
Being in the attitude of gratitude.
An instant mood lifter.
Practice as soon you wake and as you close your eyes to sleep.
What are you thankful for right now? Look around your space…
I’m thankful for my beautiful dog laid on the floor next to me, who brings me joy, love and comfort. I’m grateful for the bed I’m sat in it’s soft, warm and comforting and holds me whilst I’m sleeping. I’m grateful that I have a home to live in that shelters me and keeps me warm. I’m thankful for my warm cup of tea. I’m grateful I can hear the birds singing outside my room.
My list can go on, but you get the idea.
It helps to start writing them down, your own private gratitude journal because the physical acts of thinking it, saying it, writing it and seeing it involves more of your senses so affirms it in your subconsciousness.
Give it a go
You can do it
Have a good day x
Soul Sunday – The Path Of Least Resistance
What do I mean by taking the path of least resistance.
Life is full of making decisions, some small day to day, others life changing.
Some like wanting to start your own business, change jobs, leave relationships, move house, those kind of biggies.
Have you noticed that some things just seem an up hill battle, things get lost in the post, people don’t get back to you so you are chasing, plans fall through, you run out of money, whilst some things just seem to pan out smoothly, everything dropping into place, the right people appear, it happens quickly and that’s the path that’s meant to be, the path you are being guided down, the path of least resistance.
What’s going on for you right now that you feel is just wearing you out, it’s not happening but you keep pushing forward one step but two steps back?
Sometimes it’s just ok to let go of that idea, give yourself time and notice what’s naturally coming your way.
Having arrived home, every breath we take is an expression of our lives purpose
We no longer struggle to win, to gain the approval of others,
To meet expectations others had for us
To acquire, to achieve, this o hoard, or to fulfil someone else view of our Darma
We let go of conflict, certainty, being right, fighting, dominating, vanquishing, and feeling superior, all of this ego stuff looses its power and attraction
Where we arrive home
Where meaning and purpose welcomes us
We are home
from our home is where we begin
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Soul Sunday – My Bliss
We all have or did have until life too over, an activity that we get completely lost in, where the time just flies because we are so engrossed in what we are doing.
I call this being in my bliss.
Mine is sewing, in particular quilting. I can get lost for hours. I stick my music up loud, play songs I can sing to and boom, I am happy.
Above is a new project I started this week and this pattern is called the disappearing nine patch. What I love about this pattern it looks really complicated but actually it is simple to do, just a little time consuming.
What is your bliss?
What did you really used to enjoy doing but you don’t do now?
Do you need to rediscover it?
What Are You Grateful For Today?
Happiness is gratitude
I have been practicing this a lot lately.
If I notice my thoughts starting to sink into the pity party and crack out the party poppers, I say, either out loud if I’m alone or in my head…
What are you grateful for today?
Then I start reeling out the answers.
Try it…. it will help!
This is a classic meditation by the amazing Louise Hay…. I love this meditation, really helps me focus on being grateful for all the small things we take for granted.
Love to you all x
This meditation is so uplifting, enjoy!
Have a good week x
Nothing more say… says it all perfectly x
Our mind doesn’t know the way
Our heart has already been there
And our soul never left
Picture taken of Haytor on Dartmoor in Devon, England
Not So Wordless Wednesday – I Am Here – Free Writing
Talking to my inner peace, my space to take it all in, into my conscious mind
My physical body resting, peaceful in this place
My senses taking in the sounds around
The birds singing
The silence that isn’t silence
Humming in my ears
Whooshing of my heart
Softness of my breath
Clock ticking the fake time away
The now of just being here in this space
Taking notice of the way my physical body feels
The tightness across my lower back
Pressure on my tummy
The ache of my eye
Throbbing of feet
This all in my physical being that in this time I inhabit
Which is an instrument I can use how I will
Thoughts pinging here to there
I can be lead, let it me be guided for the better, learning, feeling
Being guided by an energy, a force that already knows
It is here to guide me
I am here to listen
For it is right
It knows what this ‘being’ is here to do
I just let it be and it will come to my physical thought
It is right
It is all right
The energy has lead me to this point of now
I am guided
I am that
I am now
Here is one of the amazing people that have helped me keep focused Jen Sincero
You are a badass… was one of the first books I read to help me on the road to recovery.
This email just popped onto my phone from Jen ……
Happy New Year!
I was thinking about you and your New Year’s resolutions for 2018, running wild with an optimistic “this year I’m not screwing around” fist raised high in the air.
And I realized that my personal resolution could perhaps help you keep yours. Hence, I want to share.
My resolution is to intend more this year. To make a daily, conscious choice to be more present, every morning. For example:
I intend to stop and notice five things I’m grateful for today
I intend to take a deep breath before speaking today
I intend to do something I’ve never done before today
I intend to organize my desktop today
I intend to chat up three strangers today
I intend to dole out five honest compliments today (to myself as well)
I intend to look on the bright side today
I intend to expect the best, no matter what, all day today
I love this exercise because it’s just one day at a time, which is the key to fending off overwhelm and helping you stick to things. You can do anything for one day. Hell you can set an intention before a specific moment, like before walking into a room (I intend to go slowly and take it all in), driving to the supermarket (I intend to be blown away by the miracle that is driving a car), sitting down to meditate (I intend to receive guidance on how to approach my boss for a raise), before visiting a grouchy relative (I intend to have compassion for my uncle who has had a hard life) or before taking a bite of a grilled cheese sammich (I intend to savor this bite and taste every nuance of its cheesy magnificence until I burst into tears of delight).
You can apply intentions to your resolution, no matter what it is. If your resolution is to quit smoking: I intend to treat my precious lungs like the great gifts they are today.
If your resolution is to make more money: I intend to do something that scares the crap out me that will push me towards my financial goal today.
Daily intentions are extremely powerful and simple because they break things down into bite sized chunks, shift our focus and, dare I say, make things kinda fun.
We have countless things all around us every moment to be amazed by, grateful for, thrilled about, educated from, in love with.
All we have to do is remember to pay attention.
Here’s to a conscious and kick ass 2018!
Thank you Jen!! It’s exactly what I’ve been saying…
What are you grateful for today?
Love to you all x