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Welcome to Tuesday Tips, a weekly gathering of positive thoughts for your collection. This week I have some notable quotables helping me keep my head above water. I may have jumped in the deep end, but I’m getting a great swimming lesson!
1. “I dont do a post now unless I’m worried about what people will think about me.”
Advice from James Altucher to Kamal Ravikant in Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It. Lately every time I post another article before telling Kelly, she gasps. She’s all, “Omg, what did you do now?!” That’s how I know I’m getting better at writing.
2. “I know attention creates, so my #1 intention is to pay attention to what I want more of.” ~ Kelly Cree
Your most valuable resource isn’t money, it’s your attention. When you PAY attention, you’re giving value to. You’re literally investing in it, making it part of your portfolio. If you want stock in it, keep thinking about it. Otherwise think about something else. From now on, I will only give my attention to funny jokes, cute animals, pretty girls, and cold hard cash.
3. Instead of thinking, say a mantra to yourself over and over and over.
Using a mantra creates a channel in your mind for the rest of your thoughts to follow. Try one of these:
- It’s working!
- I live the magick life.
- I have plenty.
- I know I’m free.
- I love and accept myself exactly the way I am.
- I love my now exactly the way it is.
- I love myself.
4. “Even as the stone of the fruit must break, that its heart may stand in the sun, so must you know pain.” ~ Kahlil Gibran
Your incredible pain is creating incredible joy. It’s all part of the process. Now click the link to read the rest of that poem because it will make your day!
5. “Everything happens for me, not to me.” ~ Byron Katie
Enjoy the contrast—that’s how you get out of it. Only contrast helps you know what you want! It’s pulling your desires through you. Bless the contrast you experience, because it’s creating the solution you desire. Every single time I remember, “Oh yeah, I’m supposed to like the hard times,” I find a way to make peace and the situation resolves itself.
Here’s a great technique: “Try the following exercise first with your eyes open & then repeat it with your eyes closed. Take a deep breath, hold it and notice the sensations as your heart beats three times, relax & breath out — repeat 3X. Breathe in and out slowly to a count of 4, as you do so notice how your body feels — relaxed & warm.”
7. “There is only one question in Life that is truly important: How does what I am doing right now serve the agenda of my Soul?” ~ Neal Donald Walsch
The soul likes laughing and loving and playing, so let’s go!
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In response to my embarrassing coming out story, Jered Schue asked me what I’m going to do to change. What am I going to promise to myself? Obviously I got myself into this predicament, I can get myself out.
Budgeting? Not my style. Cutting up my credit cards? Tempting, but too complicated for me to even think about right now (although I still haven’t used one since April 4. Huge deal.)
I let the question sit for days, and asked for the answer to come in meditation. I know that taking action isn’t the answer, so it would have to be actions I could stop taking. Stop doing. Let go of.
It just came to me while meditating about half an hour ago. For 30 days, beginning Monday April 15, I’m going to rehab. Jessica Mullen’s School of Life Design Rehab for Thought, Drug, Alcohol, and Credit Card Addicts.
1. Straightedge, baby!
Someone actually emailed me suggesting I “might go sober.” My first thoughts: no way! Too simple! I like having fun! People who don’t drink don’t have any crazy stories!
Then she says “HOT DAMN it’s so radical and lovely to be even caffeine free” and I know she’s right. She reminds me of my therapist I loved so dearly.
Drugs have shown me so much, but I do want to get “there” naturally. I want ecstasy without the E. I want to feel one with the universe without DMT. I want to feel so proud of myself for being so brave without the mushrooms. I want to feel carefree and fun without the alcohol. I want to feel in awe of life without weed. I want to know the big picture while dead sober. That’s true power.
2. 15 minutes of seated meditation every day, no excuses.
So… I took a few months off meditating because I was too busy having fun. Life got good, and I coasted. But as Kamal Ravikant talks about in Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It, you still have to do the work when you feel good. That’s what keeps the good times rolling.
This is an easy habit to get back into. Meditating is fun and exquisitely rewarding.
3. Eat vegetarian. Eeeease back into vegan.
I just stopped caring. I had too many drunken cheeseburgers to eat. But I know I feel better when I’m not eating flesh.
4. Say “I love myself” to myself all day, every day.
Everything else is way too stressful to think about right now.
5. Take my own advice.
Mainly I want to do my own worksheets every day because they work so well. In a perfect world, I would do a Daily Planner, a Daily Self Love, a Gathering Momentum, a Universal Order Form, a Life Story, a Flower of Life Design Template, and a Practice the Feeling of Abundance worksheet every day. Well fuck it then, I’ll print out a 30 day supply, make little packets for each day, and see where it takes me. I commit.
This is a killer experiment. I didn’t even ask Kelly if she wants to do it with me yet. I have to commit before telling anyone or I’ll care too much what they think. I gotta do what I gotta do. I’m doing me.
But first, I’m going to have to finish this bottle of vodka. Cheers!
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Welcome to Tuesday Tips, the ultimate positive thinking resource. This week I’m keeping it simple. The synopsis? Say yes, take risks, you’re already awesome, the money’s on the way, stop thinking, give joy, say I love you, and meditate to find all the answers. Easy!
1. Say yes.
Saying yes has never not worked out in my favor.
2. Take risks.
“If you win, you will be happy; if you lose, you will learn to be wise.” ~ Ryan Plesko
3. Say you’re awesome and you’ll do something awesome.
My 9-year-old friend Janie was going around declaring “I’m awesome!” “Heck yeah you are!” I agreed with her. A few minutes later she organized an enormous DVD collection and cleared out a cubby for me to use as a desk when I’m at her house. It was truly awesome. Not only that, but a couple days earlier her mom had expressed her desire of having her DVD collection organized. Everyone got something they wanted, and Janie continues to be awesome.
4. Think of money as a girl.
If you’re good at relationships, you can apply what you know to money. Don’t chase it! Let it come to you!
5. Change your perspective on wealth.
“Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants.” ~ Epictetus
6. If you can’t think something nice, don’t think anything at all.
Count in your head, meditate, or go to sleep.
7. Make your mission to GIVE joy.
Brian Johnson advises, “Imagine a life in which we seek to GIVE joy. A life in which we enter relationships to GIVE joy. A life in which we work to GIVE joy.”
8. Just say I love you.
Even if it’s just in your head. Say it to everything! It’ll kill you to do it to the stuff you don’t like, but if you can love what you don’t like, nothing can ever hurt you! And say I love you to all the unsung heroes in your reality: your dashboard widgets, your floorboards, your printer, your bed. The texture of your walls, the used napkin from lunch, your cat purring. All of it wants love, and you have an infinite supply.
9. Meditate, then ask your creative self for a solution.
Jon Ray reminded me of this one. David Lynch does this too. Quiet your mind and ask for the solution to come to you. As soon as you relax, it’ll be right in front of you.
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Sharing my financial story this weekend helped me let go of a lot of negative emotions. And it also helped me practice the feeling of relief. Once I opened up and stopped hiding from my fears (what would they think of me if they knew?!), solutions started falling into place.
I’m writing now to tell you how everything is working itself out. I have never been more excited to be alive, and I have my contrast to thank!
Since releasing my fears and beginning to look for evidence of what I want (“I have plenty! I already have everything I need! It’s working! Life is taking care of me! I live the magick life!”), I’ve found countless examples of life conspiring to help me:
- I finally received notice that the $5000 check I’m waiting on is being processed today!
- Dozens of people extended their kindness and support after reading my posts. My close friends offered to help me in any way they could. I have never felt more loved.
- I found $137 in a PayPal account I haven’t checked in a while!
- Kelly had $8 in her PayPal account!
- We found some gift certificates we can put on eBay!
- I sold $40 worth of Astrojax and got a $10 donation!
- My friends fed me for lunch today!
- Our friend invited us over to share a bottle of wine last night!
- We’ve meditated every day since last Sunday!
- I found penny on the ground!
- I saw a brand new Tesla driving next to me. It was so new the guy was still peeling cellophane off his visor mirror!
- I received SO much positive feedback on my Daily Meditations!
When I decide to look for evidence of what I want, it always comes. I have to make the decision in every moment, but all it takes is practice.
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Thank you everyone who replied to my last article. I am so grateful for your support and your uplifting messages. You are helping me so much!
I said that following my bliss would be to stop using my credit cards, so here I am. I haven’t used a credit card since Thursday. I feel like a drug addict. I could go back to using it at any moment. But the bill for one of my cards is due the 13th. It’s for $324. On the to-do list this week: make $324.
I have a $5000 check on the way from a client job, and as you can imagine, receiving that check is on my mind. It would really help out this week!
Also, I may have failed to mention, but I am going on vacation to Cabo San Lucas in less than 2 weeks.
Experience Over Security
Yeah I put those plane tickets on a Discover card. And yeah Discover cut my credit off shortly thereafter. Thank you for the intervention, Discover. You are helping me focus.
Where Am I Going?
I am shaking as I write this. I am so ashamed of my behavior! And taking the time to realize I feel ashamed is a lot more helpful than burying my head in the sand any longer.
The Emotional Math Problem
Since I feel ashamed, the logical thing to do would be to practice the opposite emotion. *Looks up opposite emotion on the What’s Your Solution? worksheet.*
Shame is close to guilt, insecurity and unworthiness. That’s pretty low on the totem poll! But I don’t have to think about how I got here or what anyone thinks about me being here. I just have to do the work to raise my emotional vibration. Just like putting gas in the car. My confidence may be low, but I know how to fill it up.
Practice feeling the opposite emotions of shame: knowing and freedom. How do you feel knowing and freedom? What makes your confidence soar? What are you absolutely certain about? What does it feel like to be free?
I know when I’m tripping. I know what an open mind feels like. I know life is much deeper than the superficial motions I go through every day. I know I’m on the verge of greatness. I know life loves me, I’ve felt it before.
I know I’m brave for doing this. I know I’m doing my best in every moment. I know releasing my guilt and shame will help me feel better. I know my mood is the only thing that matters. I know I’m inspired.
I’m free to make any choice I want. I’m free to live my life how I want to live it, without caring about what anyone else thinks. I’m free to live my life as I please, even if it doesn’t make other people happy. I’m free to be myself. I’m free to not care about what you think. I’m free of anything holding me back. I’m free, like jumping on a trampoline or flying in a dream. I’m free like swimming in the middle of lake. I’m free to go anywhere and do anything I want. Nothing is holding me back.
I’m confident when I make websites. It’s so easy for me. It’s effortless to install software and edit php and google about WordPress. It’s easy to see missing semincolons or quotes. It’s easy to fix things. It’s easy to understand what’s going on. I know my way around a webhost. I know how to edit a database.
I’m confident when I make art and visual designs. I’m confident that every creative thing that comes out of my fingers is beautiful. I’m confident that even if I don’t understand my own art, it’s valuable and important. I’m confident that I always do my best creatively. I’m confident that I am effortlessly creative all day, every day.
I’m confident that my creativity and positivity are related. I’m confident that I know how to play with the universe. I’m confident I know what I’m doing. I’m confident in the value of my creations.
I am absolutely certain that this life is just for fun. I am absolutely certain that nothing really matters in the big picture. I am absolutely certain that life does want me to thrive. I am absolutely certain that there is something bigger than me that is helping me right now. I am absolutely certain that when I feel good, my life feels good. I am absolutely certain that everything does work out in the end.
I am absolutely certain that I have nothing to be afraid of. I am absolutely certain that I love taking risks. I am absolutely certain that things will work out for me eventually. I am absolutely certain that I am becoming a better person every day.
To be free means pushing “Publish” on this post and not caring about what anyone thinks of it. To be free means to own my behavior more and more every day. To be free means to not hate myself for what I do. To be free means to like being alive. To be free means to let my mind rest. To be free means to go within. To be free means to remember the magick of life. To be free means to remembering my power and allowing it to flow through.
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Welcome to Tuesday Tips, a weekly guide to living the magick life. Take a deep breath and let go of your worries, because every little thing is going to be all right. Trust that the universe is on your side and it is!
1. Notice miracles.
Jamie Windsong Kasper posts on Facebook, “My world is filled with miracles. I think all of our lives are it is just a matter of us taking notice. And miracles, they like to be appreciated like every being on the planet.” The whole idea of appreciating miracles as beings makes my heart swell!
2. Rewrite your about page.
I recommend doing this as often as you can. Laura Roeder suggested in her weekly newsletter The Dash, “Write a letter to your ideal customer. Tell them what you want them to know about you, and your business. Tell them how excited you are about helping them, and what inspired you to start the business.” Gala Darling also has some excellent ideas for keeping your brand fresh in Get It, Girl: 10 Ways To Make The Most Of Any Workshop Or Event!
3. The words “I am” matter A LOT!
Oprah gets it! Check out this video on her favorite philosophy, “You become what you believe.” Try it yourself—fill in the blank with whatever you want to be true: “I am __________.” Make that your mantra of the day and watch it materialize. In the video Oprah quotes Pastor Joel Osteen: “Whatever follows ‘I am’ is going to come looking for you.” DEEP. (And much thanks to Aislinn in the School of Life Design group for pointing out this gem!)
4. Laugh for no reason!
This feels incredible! You’ll also feel extremely silly at first, but IT WORKS! Try it, I promise you’ll love it.
5. Release your stress.
In The Power of Now, Eckart Tolle teaches us, “Stress is caused by being ‘here’ but wanting to be ‘there,’ or being in the present but wanting to be in the future.” Do whatever you can to be happy exactly where you are and you’ll feel less and less stressed. Try the mantra, “I’m so happy with what I have” or “It’s already the way I want it to be” or “I’m at peace with what is.”
6. Become what you want, right now.
Fill in the blank with whatever you want: I am ______________.
And then LAUGH!!!!
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Welcome to Tuesday Tips, the weekly guide to practicing positive thinking. As I continue upon my journey of life, I find myself going through the same process for every desire I birth. I want something so desperately, and keep it away from myself for what feels like eons. Then, as I find a new desire to focus upon and stop caring about the old one so much, the old desire manifests and I feel silly for ever doubting that it would one day be mine. The moral of the story: no matter what it is, trust it’s coming your way! Trust life. It made you, it sustains you, and it’s helping you thrive, right now.
1. Laugh with your friends.
Spending time with the people you love is one of the best ways to get in a good mood. When you leave their company, high on giggles, you’ll head back to your work with unprecedented fervor. What would have taken you all day now takes you 30 minutes, because you’re in such a good mood that you zip from solution to solution.
2. If you’re an entrepreneur, read this.
I met Laura Roeder when we both lived in Chicago. She has always been an inspiration to me, because she’s so smart about business and knew from early on that trading her time for money just wasn’t going to cut it. This interview with Laura on Entrepreneur On Fire really sheds a lot of light on her business model, and gave me so much inspiration! If you’re interested in a subscription-based business model or in selling information products, this interview is a great read.
3. Try this mantra: “I’m the creator. It’s already the way I want it to be.”
If you can get yourself to believe this, you’ll basically have the key to it all.
During this one track 6 (Going Wrong by Armin Van Buuren to be exact) in RPM (a cycle class), our instructor Kristy always says “When everything’s going wrong, that’s when you know it’s going right. Trust.” The universe is always on your side!
5. Positive thinkers teach you to not get upset about negative experiences, but don’t get too attached to the positive ones either.
Understand that a lot of your contrast (negative emotion) is guilt because you feel responsible for keeping things as good as they are. You get attached to how good they are and want to “keep thinking positively” about these subjects so you don’t lose them. But you have to trust that they will stay there if they’re meant to be. You can appreciate them as much as possible and that will actually do something GOOD for your reality, whereas worrying about losing the positive aspects of your life will literally wear them away.
6. “Magic isn’t conjured by the mind, it’s conjured by emotion.”
Who knew you could learn so much from TV? This was spoken in the show “Once Upon A Time” and it pretty much nails the process of “creating your own reality.” You can’t think your way into making things work out for you. You can only feel the way you want to feel now, and let life work out the details.
7. Practice the feeling of what it will feel like to have what you want.
When you have a point of contrast that you can’t seem to get over, try picturing what you’ll say when it finally is over. You’ll be sitting around with your partner or friend, and you’ll say, “Remember when I used to care about that one thing? How silly! Now I have that solution in spades!” Here’s another way to look at it:
Picture what you want in your mind and add emotion. Your brain tunes into the energy which resonates with the frequency of what you are picturing. That wave of energy instantly begins coming towards you. Let that picture dominate your thoughts and that wave of energy will eventually reach you. Your brain will then convert it into the sights and sounds of your reality. ~ Paradigm Shift
8. “Embrace what you have. It could all change in an instant.”
This one comes from TV too—Spartacus to be exact. When you find yourself trying to fight your way out of your current moment (to get to work, to get home, to meet someone, etc.), take a look around you at the abundance surrounding you right now, that you want so much to leave. Imagine it’s your last time with these people, in this place. Embrace where you are! It’s exactly what you wanted at some point before, and it’s all you need! You’ll always get where you’re going, but can you enjoy where you are?
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Kelly and I use Irish Spring body wash in a bottle. We go through it kinda fast, and we’re about to run out. You know it’s time when you have to turn the bottle over…
Rewind a couple weeks, to our friend Zoe’s gorgeous Purple Pony 3rd birthday party. In the party favor bag were handmade, purple pony soaps. They were beautifully packaged, so precious, and Zoe had helped make them herself!
We have no soap dishes and we don’t generally keep bar soap in the house. We made the sentimentally painful decision of putting them in the car to give away to friends instead of keeping them for ourselves. We’re pretty minimal—we don’t keep a lot of objects in our home. We give away anything we don’t use.
Fast forward back to last night, when Kelly and I are showering together. I squeeze the Irish Spring, saying, “We really need to go to the store tomorrow.”
Having the sudden realization that the universe had been trying to give us soap for weeks made the next thing out my mouth be, “Or we could just go shopping for soap in our car.”
The universe is constantly trying to give me gifts in every moment. “What, you don’t want adorable, glittery, purple pony soaps?! Really?! I thought I had you pegged,” says the universe.
Realizing we already had soap and we’re trying to pickily give it away made me feel so ungrateful—and gave me a sudden understanding about how every moment really is a gift from the universe.
We actually are given everything we need. We just need to slow down and say “I have soap!” more instead of “We’re running out of soap.” The universe loves us so much!
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Welcome to Tuesday Tips, the juiciest collection of positive thoughts in the galaxy. This week the tips are focused on paying attention to the abundance you already have, and feeling the way you want to feel right now. To sum it all up: notice all the good stuff going on now, and feel as if you have all the good stuff you want. All you have is now, and right now is pretty effing good. Look around at all you have and celebrate! It’s all here for you!
1. Set intentions all day every day.
Kelly always blows my mind with this one. She’ll wake up totally chipper after a long night with very little sleep, and I ask how she does it. She says she just sets an intention the night before to wake up feeling good, and it always works.
3. Try this mantra: “In this moment, I am in acceptance of all my life – its challenges and its joys. I am blessed.”
Think you’ll be happier “if only” you could have that one thing? Tommy Rosen suggests using this mantra to escape the pattern of thinking you’ll be happier in the future by deciding to be happy right now.
4. Think about what you have instead of what you don’t.
You can bring more abundance into your life by focusing on things you already have. Instead of thinking “I don’t have enough time,” think “I have an exciting life.” Or instead of “I don’t have enough money” try “I have the rent paid and food in the fridge.” I used to wake up feeling dread because of all the things I wanted but didn’t have, but now I wake up thinking “I have…” and fill in the blank over and over. This morning I found a dirty spoon in the sink and instead of thinking “I don’t have a clean kitchen,” I thought, “I have a spoon!” which made me feel ridiculously giddy!
5. Count through the pain.
I post about this tip all the time, but here is someone else’s experience with counting:
I was thinking about this sort of ‘everyday meditation’ recently during a really long tattoo session. It was on a very sensitive area and by hour 5 the pain was crazy, but it was also combined with the boredom of lying on a bench motionless for that long. But, it was the absolute perfect environment to meditate.. Nothing else distracting me except the pain, and then I had the choice to feel the full extent of the pain, or, do consciousness experiments to see the best way to ‘let go of my body’. To be honest I’ve tried counting before with moderate interest, but this time it was PERFECT. I counted for hours, following the stream. It became almost like a lucid dream, that half-awake half-asleep stage where you just surrender. The pain subsided dramatically. ~ Ariane
6. Say I love you.
I often talk about saying I love you in my daily meditations, and here is JeredtheShy’s experience with the practice:
So I’ve been using these lessons. I’m on the job saying ridiculous things to myself. “I love you, these dishes. I love you, obnoxious coworker.” And so on. It WORKS. I spent a couple weeks saying “I love you” to basically everything that sucked, and my life was better. But then, after doing it under duress, I did that to things I actually LIKED. Oh, baby, turbo happy times. ~ JeredtheShy
7. Practice the feeling.
If you can feel as if you have what you want, it’s already yours. Think about what you want, then imagine yourself receiving it. Feel what it will actually feel like to receive it. Anytime you think of the desire again, just remember that feeling. That feeling is how you send a clear, strong signal attracting what you want.
8. Make your goal to enjoy being.
If you can learn to just enjoy the fact that you’re alive, nothing will ever phase you. Look around… we live in a miracle! No matter what happens, you’re still breathing. And that’s the only thing you need to enjoy life.
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Welcome to Tuesday Tips, a weekly collection of thoughts that feel good to think. Today is the most special of Tuesday Tips, because it’s MY BIRTHDAY! I am using this edition to thank and honor myself for walking the walk, and to give myself the only gift I want: self-love!
1. “When you want to quit, that’s when it’s most meaningful.”
Kristy said this to our RPM class the other day. Dear Jessica, thank you for never giving up! Your dedication to doing the work you know you were born to do is inspiring. Even though you often want to throw in the towel and never think another positive thought ever again, you persevere. You always keep going.
2. Count to 10,000 a day.
Philip Rosedale, creator of Second Life, counts to 10,000 every day as part of his meditation practice. Dear Jessica, thank you for taking the time to learn new ways to release resistance and enjoy life. Your experience with silent counting has given you access to the deep ocean of peace within you, and helps you control your anger. Your reality thanks you!
Don’t wait until you’re in a contrasting moment to decide what you want. Before entering any new scene, take a moment to declare what you want to get out of the situation. You can’t get what you want if you don’t know what it is. Dear Jessica, thank you for taking time each day to set intentions and ponder what you want. Your deliberate creation makes for a more joyful life experience for you and everyone who comes in contact with you. Your desires are flowing to you more easily than ever.
4. Raise other people’s vibration.
Eirini has a mission: to make people feel good! Uplifting others always feels good, and in turn they will uplift you. Dear Jessica, thank you for doing everything you do to share your journey. Your openness and your positive thoughts do a world of wonder for all the lives you touch. Your School of Life Design group is a beautiful example of people uplifting each other.
5. Don’t be bored!
There’s an awesome article on the Happiness Project about ways to combat boredom. My favorite one is to add “meditation” to every boring activity. The dish-washing meditation. The exercise meditation. The commute meditation. Dear Jessica, thank you for always making the best of mundane activities. You never get frustrated waiting in line. Your patience is as deep as the ocean.
6. Let go of your fear.
Ernest Holmes says, “Fear brings failure; faith brings success. It’s just that simple.” Since fear is just excitement with the brakes on, try using this mantra: “I’m so excited!” Dear Jessica, thank you for being brave and always facing your fears. You are a risk-taker to the core, and you always reap great rewards in exchange.
7. Try this mantra “I’m the shit!”
An alternative version I heard from my friend Baby Badger is “I accept myself unconditionally right now.” Dear Jessica, every day your confidence grows more and more. Your efforts to be your reason for feeling good are paying off. You are the best version of yourself you can be. You are perfect in every way, and you’re doing everything right. Plus, you’re a badass life designer on the leading edge of thought. You ARE the shit.
8. Use Twitter to let go.
I love this tweet from KristyDiann: “Time to let it go to the #universe. #release #breathe #thiswillpass” Dear Jessica, you are becoming a pro at letting go. You’re attracting solutions from others and getting better and better at the game. Your creative methods make learning to live in the flow exciting.
9. Breathe for affluence.
Satya Colombo’s method for increasing affluence in his life is a simple breathing exercise. How much more time would you devote to your breath if you knew it would create wealth and health? Dear Jessica, over the past year you have become aware of your breath and have noticed significant benefits from deep breathing. Keep up the good work! Breath is the simplest tool you have to work with, and it will always help you. The more you breathe, the more you see affluence in every area of your life.
10. Try this mantra: “I’m here.”
You already know being present is pretty much the key to everything. When you’re present, there is no pain. When you’re present, you get to experience the miracle of life without judging it. Saying “I’m here” to yourself can snap you back into the moment, where all of your power lies. Dear Jessica, every day you become more and more powerful because you are in the Now more and more. All of your efforts, techniques and trials add up to increasing awareness with each passing minute. You are all that you can be, right now. You are perfect as you are, right now. You are in the right place at the right time. You’re here. And we’re all so happy you are!
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Every week I post a link to the tips in the SoLD group so we can talk about what methods work best. What tips did you like this week? How have you already been practicing them? Leave a comment on this thread. Give yourself a pat on the back for coming so far. And give yourself the gift of self-love today and let us know all the ways you’re already winning. Thanks for playing <3