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Let Go of the Past with The Ho’oponopono Mantra

The Ho'oponopono Mantra

The Ho’oponopono Mantra

I love you.
I am sorry.
Please forgive me.
Thank you.

Ho’oponopono (Ho-Oh Pono-Pono) is an ancient Hawaiian transformational and healing technique of letting go of past issues that are preventing you from living your life to the fullest. Ho’oponopono is a self-help tool that removes toxic, self-limiting beliefs, doubts, and fears from your mind. It does so by replacing those thoughts with feelings of faith, trust, and love.

Ho’oponopono is a mind cleanse. You are cleaning your past, letting go of burdens that are keeping you stuck in the past, and preventing you from living the life you desire.

Ho’oponopono is a gift you give to yourself. You get to live your life knowing that the Universe has your back simply because you chose to let go of everything that was keeping you from the abundance the Universe has for you. (more…)

Productivity Tip – Tapping into Your Creative Muse

Tapping into your Creative Muse Tapping into Your Creative Muse

Tips on getting things done, while you dance your ass off and connect to the Universal Creative Source.

What music makes you vibrate and feel like you can conquer the world?

Have you ever had a night or day when you were super productive, and everything just flowed out of you effortlessly, only to be followed by a day or two that you slumped down on the sofa and binge-watched Netflix, and the only thing clicking in the house was your remote control? Maybe it was a week of taking care of everyone else’s needs and putting the next chapter of your novel on the back burner only to return six months later to find you have no idea where to start.

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10 Things to Look for in Your Motivational Material

10 Things to Look for in Your Motivational Material

10 Things to Look for in Your Motivational Material

What is a self-help tool website that does not give you instructions on how your motivational material should make you feel? Or what is should motivate you to want to do? Not this one. Here is the list of 10 Things to Look for in Your Motivational Material.

Reading this post pretty much tells me two things about you:

  1. You liked the pretty picture
  2. You are looking to motivate yourself to be better and doing better.

Either way, I still love you. {wink}

Motivation, as defined by my trusted assistant, Alexa (Amazon Echo), is the psychological feature that arouses an organism to act towards a desired goal. Yes, you read that, she said organism, in this case, that is you.

So what f…g motivates you to act? Are you driven by survival, reaction or the desire to create the life of your dreams? There is no wrong answer here, but there are better ways to take control of whatever situation you find yourself in, and that is with your trusted self-help tool, the fantastic motivational materials out there. (more…)

Powerful Morning Routine to Prepare your Mind for a New Day

Powerful Morning Routine to Prepare your Mind for a New Day

Powerful Morning Routine to Prepare your Mind for a New Day

What happens when you drag the drama from yesterday to today? Here is a powerful morning routine for awesomeness that I use.

I am not a morning person, but I can tell if I have woken up on a brand new day having dragged along some of the not so great feelings from the day before. The other day I woke up after having what I felt was a seriously unproductive Sunday, I was resting and building up my strength instead of writing posts, editing pictures, doing my coaching homework or something I considered super productive.

I had also gone to bed thinking, boy, what a wasted day. Can you imagine falling asleep to that soundtrack, no wonder I woke up in a funk?

Catch yourself if you are not in a beautiful state.

I woke up that morning, and I knew, there was no way I was getting out of bed feeling like that. Then I remembered, wait, I don’t have to feel like this, I can choose exactly how I want my morning to be, how I want to feel, and by George, I was going to have a great day.
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10 Ways to Practice Gratitude Daily

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10 Ways to Practice Gratitude Daily

Gratitude is the simple act of counting your blessings. Sometimes those blessings seem hard to find, but you should start, even if it is the smallest thing you can think of, like waking up, before you know it you will have more and more to be grateful for in your life. Soon, you are beaming around town radiating gratitude. There is always a reason to be grateful.

Ways to Practice Gratitude

Wake Up to Gratitude
Start your day with gratitude. When you open your eyes in the morning, your first words should be “Thank you.” You should start your day saying, thank you. Just do it, don’t argue, morning person or not, you woke up today, so say thank you.

I use the Gratitude Mantra from the moment I sit up in bed, put my slippers on, and start my day. I just repeat the words, “thank you.”

Pay attention and try to notice things you can be grateful for throughout your day.

Gratitude Journal
A Gratitude Journal can be anything from a plain notebook to a fancy journal, or an actual Gratitude Journal. This practice is for those who love journaling as a self-help tool.

In your journal, you write a list of things you are grateful for each day. Most people journal first thing in the morning or at night before they go to sleep. There are no rules; I would suggest using your journal whenever the spirit moves you.

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Gratitude Mantra
Saying the words, “Thank You,” as a mantra. I love this form of practicing gratitude, as I have found it to be the quickest way for me to change my mood. If I find myself stumbling out of my joy zone, as in, I noticed that my emotions have slipped out of optimal happiness mode. I just repeat the words, thank you, over and over and in less than two minutes I am feeling better. (more…)