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Day 16 – Expressing Happiness
When we tap into the flow of true happiness, we become a beacon for others to do the same. As we practice sustaining our connection to this infinite source of inner joy we access the uplifting support of happiness no matter what may be happening around us. We are now empowered to shift the state we are in by choosing to pause for a moment as we find our way back to the flow of positivity. As we live mindfully responsive to life, choosing to access and express our inner joy, we affect a larger circle of people than we can know.
Today’s meditation is dedicated to taking the flow of happiness you discovered during our time together and expanding it, allowing you to express happiness freely without it ever being diminished. As others are exposed to your happiness, they have the opportunity to open to it, receive it, and effortlessly pass it on. Each moment we have the ability to say yes to happiness. Lead the way and watch the world around you transform!
“That’s what I consider true generosity: You give your all, and yet you always feel as if it costs you nothing.” ―Simone de Beauvoir Continue reading
In today’s Truthful Tuesday, I have decided to share this quote.
I do believe that this quote will teach someone something today. If you forget to LIVE your life, you’ll look back and wonder what you had been doing. Whatever LIVING means to you today, embrace it.
P.S. Please don’t spend all your money and be broke lolol
Hey guys, so sorry that I have’nt posted on the Oprah and Deepak Meditation, I have been so preoccupied. Anyway below are the lessons from day 6-10. Bear with me guys, I m doing a hundred things at once.
Day 6 – Finding Wisdom
Our sense of intuition provides us with cues that point us toward our personal fountain of inner wisdom. Today’s meditation will connect us to this way of knowing so that we recognize it as an essential part of our being.
Meditation takes our mind beyond our mental patterns and history of conditioning to a state of purity where we can relate to our inner guidance as directly and innocently as an infant learns speech from its family. As intuition grows, the knowledge of our true self expands, connecting us to the source of wisdom. Seeing the world through the eyes of wisdom allows us to live with fluidity and grace, flowing with the river of life. Aligning with this current, our every thought and action is perfectly harmonized – struggle is released and we are free to embrace every moment as it comes.
Cultivating connection with your inherent intuition leads you to your truth. As you listen and respond to this inner guidance you begin to discover your purpose and path. You only need to open your awareness, listen in the stillness of your being, and take it in.
“You are a Divine Being and within you dwells the infinite wisdom of the ages.” ―Anthon St. Maarten
Day 7-10 below Continue reading
The author of the unforgettable story collection The News from Spain explains the tough realities we all need to figure out.
By Joan Wickersham
1. You have a good girl and a bad girl inside you, and the good girl is usually the one who gets you into trouble.
The good girl waits to be called on. She takes no for an answer. She doesn’t want to disturb anyone. She carries maturity and good citizenship to the point of paralysis. She holds herself in check, tells herself, “Don’t you dare.” The bad girl dares. The bad girl shocks me, and I have a lot to thank her for. She said, “I love you,” and she said it first. She said, “I quit this job.” She said, “I’ve been working on this book for eight years and it stinks and I’m throwing out the manuscript and starting over.” When I look back at the things I regret—the jobs I wanted and didn’t go after, the editors with whom I never got in touch, the misunderstandings I didn’t try to clear up, the interesting people I never talked to—I can see how often the good girl was in charge: cautious and correct, and wrong.
2. Sooner or later one of those “How can she stand it?” things is going to happen to you, and you’ll stand it.
My father’s suicide. Without warning, on a February morning when he was 61. Continue reading
Q: How do I know when it’s time to let go?
We have all had moments when we felt uncertain about our next move—or wondered if we should make one at all.
“Do I stay in this relationship or leave it behind? Do I stick with this job or look for another?”
“Am I really happy living in this city, or would I be happier somewhere else?”
While these decisions can feel daunting, the red flags that tell you it may be time to walk away are actually easy to recognize:
1. You feel like you’re fighting an uphill battle.
None of us should expect to tiptoe through tulips all day long, but if you spend most of your time trying to fix, alter, or cope with a situation, there is a good chance it’s not the right one for you. Joy is a natural outcome of being where you should be. So if you’re constantly struggling to feel good, it’s probably time for a change. Continue reading
Day 4 – Finding Love
We all seek love. As humans, we thrive physically, emotionally, and spiritually when we feel, receive, and share love. For many of us, it is not uncommon to believe that finding love is difficult, out of our control, or that the stars must align in an act of destiny in order for us to have love in our lives.
Today, we take an empowering step as we explore the idea that the source of all love is already within each of us, in the center of our spiritual heart. When we tap into the flow of love we no longer seek to fill an inner void by seeking love from others. We instead align with the ever-present reservoir of love that lives within. We move from seeking love to living love.
During meditation today you will discover that love is your essential nature. It is more than an emotion—love is who you truly are. When you shift your orientation from receiving love to being love, and giving love—everything changes.
“Loving yourself…does not mean being self-absorbed, it means welcoming yourself as the most honored guest in your own heart.” —Margo Anand
Today in the quietness of meditation, we learn that universal power is always there to support us. As we tap into this infinite energy source we discover our authentic power.
During today’s meditation, our individual flow of energy will be joined by the flow of unlimited power—universal power. This connection can transform our outlook from one of fear and doubt into an easy confidence and strength as we let our life flow with the almighty force of nature.
“I was always looking outside myself for strength and confidence, but it comes from within. It is there all the time.” —Anna Freud
Welcome to Day 2 of Finding Your Flow.
Today in meditation, we will tap into the source of happiness that lives deep within each of us. In our practice today we invite inner joy and contentment into our daily activity. Together, we will discover that by accessing the source of joy inside, we access a sense of happiness that doesn’t vary with the ups and downs of everyday life.
“Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.” —Denis Waitley
Found this on Oprah.com and I thought, you know what, let me share. I totally agree with this article because shades do cover your eyes and alot more lol
Don’t be an angry bird: Find out how a chair, a pair of sunglasses and other items can hold unexpected promise for taming your temper.
By Leslie Goldman
A surprising rage reducer.
Research published this year in the journal Cognition & Emotion found that when people walk in direct sun sans sunglasses, the light-induced frowning actually causes them to feel P.O.’d. Although Continue reading
Hi guys, so last time Oprah and Deepak did their 21 day meditation experience, I made sure I posted the messages from every lesson here for you guys to see. I received alot of emails saying those messages helped.
They just started their next experience today and I thought, why not share with everyone again. The good thing is that if you miss a day, you can go back up to five days.
As most of you already know, I love Continue reading
OMG, I live for this question and I work around this question every day of my life. I don’t want to end my life wishing I would have done something that I didn’t. Whether it be forgiving a friend or family member, being present in my own life, putting my ego in check or maybe climbing a mountain. One cannot help fantasize about certain things. Today I encourage to overcome your fear of following your passion. Feels good, I promise. Do you have any of such regrets or dreams? Wanna share?
How hilarious is this video? So perfect for a funny friday post. Laugh all you want and tweet me @jennifermairo with your thoughts. lol I live for the blue wig though