Our energetic system is affected by the tone of certain sounds and frequencies. If you’re feeling stressed, reggae beats or rhythms will slow down your thoughts and can help you naturally relax.
Happy New Year!
It’s your opportunity for a fresh start.
Whether your top goal is to lose weight and fit into your skinny jeans, get out of debt and financially plan, get over your x-boyfriend and find your soul mate, finish an old project and learn a new skill or discover how to find more balance and clarity in your life – there’s no better time than now.
Making changes is simple…the challenge is staying committed to action when you fall off track.
We all know it’s easy to exercise for day, a week and sometimes even a month, but remaining dedicated, consistent and persistent is the hard part.
Most people fail because they give up when they face their first obstacle.
The key to success is overcoming road blocks, distractions and setbacks.
Answering these 4 questions will create a plan for you to stay committed.
1. What’s your purpose for achieving this goal?
2. When you’re faced with difficulties how will you stick with your goal?
3. What will you tell yourself when you hear that inner nagging voice that says, “I’ll never get what I want?”
4. What does being committed look like to you? Visualize actions you would take.
If you’re ready to feel fantastic and have more confidence in yourself – take on the challenge.
Don’t let anything hold you back.
You can do what you commit to…
“Unless commitment is made, there are only promises and hopes; but no plans.”
– Peter F. Drucker
Most of our thoughts are habitual and negative.
They are stories about the past and the future. Learn to use your mind and focus your attention on what you are doing.
“Your mind is an instrument, a tool. It is there to be used for a specific task, and when the task is completed, you lay it down. 80 to 90 percent of most people’s thinking is not only repetitive and useless, but because of its dysfunctional and often negative nature, much of it is also harmful. Observe your mind and you will find this to be true. It causes a serious leakage of vital energy.” – Eckhart Tolle
The holiday season is here and it might make you feel joy, stress or fear.
It could bring up family struggles and romantic relationship issues.You may feel bad about your unmet goals and think about what you want but don’t have now.
“What if I never have….?”
90% of our thinking is negative and we spend way too much energy thinking about what we don’t have.
Shift your thoughts to a positive perspective and be thankful for what you have in the present moment.
When you focus on what you have, you instruct the brain to look for information, resources and opportunities to be thankful now. Then, your mind will see more evidence of that every day, and you’ll find yourself having more to appreciate, satisfaction in relationships, and self growth.
Here’s a quote on gratitude by author, Melody Beattie: “Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion into clarity. It turns problems into gifts, failures into success, the unexpected into perfect timing, and mistakes into important events. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow.”
You have the power to perceive the way in which you view the world. It’s time to change your attitude to gratitude.
Write down 3 specific things you are grateful for and e-mail it to me.
Give thanks and have a Happy Thanksgiving!