The answer to achieving that is have a rigorous daily practice.
That’s what it takes to maintain a good, healthy, strong mental and emotional state of being.
A daily practice of cleansing, clearing and decluttering old thoughts, feelings, emotions and images that are tied to past trauma and pain alongside inputting new, vibrant, healthy thoughts that align you with building a life of purpose and meaning and stepping up into being the best version of you that you were born to be
My personal daily practice keeps evolving, deepening as I grow but essentially the elements of it stay the same. As my understanding of myself deepends I recognise just how much I need this daily discipline to keep me on track and its becoming an ingrained part of me and my day.
Because I know who I’d be without it and I don’t want to be that person again.
It starts with time in nature, every morning walking Amelia through the fabulous countryside we are so lucky to have on our doorstep, and especially the walks along the canal which are my favourite.
Then journaling and I start by writing my beliefs as they pertain to the person I am becoming, I create myself through my writing, digging that authentic identity out from under the rubble of all the masks and pretence and perfectionism I existed under for too many years to count.
I’m not spinning gold out of straw, pretending to be something I’m not, rather I’m stripping away the straw and mud and clay that were covering the gold underneath.
then I go to my meditation and these days I always use a Shakti mat which does look like a torture device but I find it deepens my meditative state very quickly.
Meditation has changed so much for me these days although I still start with my learned TM mantra. But when I’m ready, and I always know, I get a kinda nudge to go to the next stage and I start a dialogue with my superconscious mind.
During this stage, I ask my superconscious for a clearing and cleansing of all the old thoughts, feelings, emotions and images that are holding me back from being all of the best of me now. anything tied to past trauma and pain, to release it and let it go.
Then I talk to any parts of me that have been causing me pain or discomfort, whether a body part or mental or emotional part of me; gaining clarity and insight into my internal world. The act of paying attention, especially to my body is often enough to ease the pain, soothe the discomfort and allow me to process whatever’s coming through.
I finish my meditation process asking that my connection to Source be deepened and strengthened and that I be filled by intuitive guidance that is clear and available to direct me in my every action throughout the day.
That’s how I start my day and it leaves me feeling like I can cope with anything and everything.
Periodically throughout the day, I’ll check in and make sure I’m on the right track, making the right choices, asking what I should do with this moment and I follow the guidance that comes through. (I am getting better at this, before I didn’t check in much at all and my day would always go awry.)
Every couple of hours I’ll do a quick 5 minute breath meditation to stay in flow, keep me consciously aligned and and ensure I don’t fall back into old subconscious patterns of behaviour.
And of course, there’s an hour set aside for mindset work, more for learning and training, reading and discovery.
It sounds like a lot of work, doesn’t it?
But the real hardship is in not doing it.
That’s when I get stuck, when I start to feel low, when nothing seems to go right for me.
Living a great life that makes you feel great every single day takes effort!
Buts its so worth it.
I’m worth it.
You’re worth it.
Not doing the work leaves me at the mercy of my emotions and feelings, my past, the mistaken meanings I’ve attached to events and any and every outside influence that shows up.
I’d rather stay strong internally by doing the work. And when it makes me feel so good, why would I not want to do it?
Of course, there’s a million answers to that. But as the fabulous GaGa says, I only need one reason to do it.
What can you do today that your future self will thank you for?
What can you do now that you don’t feel like doing but know you’ll feel better once its done?
Go do it. You’ll be so thankful for it. And start making it a habit to do the things as they arise, as they need to be done. Life gets better when you do the hard things first.
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