Every morning I thank the universe for 5 to 10 things I feel gratitude for, along with Today I practice.. followed with 5 things I want to work on this day.. Today I practice patience.. Today I practice listening.
Lastly, I affirm 10 positive I am statements to remind myself of my magic.
I share this morning routine with you that helps me remind me of this before beginning every day as something that I know building into my life has began creating new belief systems.
I share this blog as a way to remind myself and the world of claiming magic back in periods of forgetting who we really are.
Firstly, I think its important to remember that we can only take inspiration from others, the real authenticity lies in how you wish to live your life and creating daily habits that work for you. I believe deeply and have found from my own experiences that the most exciting part of the journey of life and being here as a human is discovering it and figuring it out for yourself.
Everything we need to know lies in us all at the core of who we are already. A little digging and exploring of who we are on a deeper level and why we may experience periods of anxiety or sadness can go a long way in flipping it all around and transforming your own mind and life, and with a little inspiration from others..
After doing a lot of research at Uni into mental health and specifically peer support and how this can help people come through certain anxieties, depressive periods and traumatic experiences, I feel I have came through a lot of thinking and personal breakthroughs in identifying my own thinking patterns. Anxieties. Overthinking periods…
At some point in your own life I am sure you have heard of someone you know, maybe yourself, maybe a family member, friend, or colleague has experienced some form of anxiety and depression. In this blog, I won’t be covering definitions or different angles on these two specific battles- but instead share some insights and perceptions on how we can overcome viewing these as something that is happening to us but rather a repeated cycle of thinking pattern that has embed into us.
Examine the labels you apply to yourself. Every label is a boundary or limit you will not let yourself cross – Wayne W Dyer
As humans, feelings of depression and anxiety earliest accounts stemmed from the belief of many people that demons were the root cause of this.
Todays general findings of any mental health condition lies at the core of each individual’s circumstances as a combination of biological, social, environmental factors and psychological belief systems.
Other understandings of depression from psychologist and life coach Ralph Smart talks about depression in this video with an interesting perspective on why your not depressed.. just utterly exhausted. Being addicted to bad news feeds on negative thinking and why perception and focus on thoughts can turn it all around.
Rhonda Byrne the creator and Author of the book and film “The Secret” discusses the power of changing your own life and getting out of periods of loosing your true self through the power of positive thinking – Absolutely worth a watch!
I feel from my own experiences searching for too much information for answers pulled me away from myself and trusting my own voice. As I began to witness the repeated patterns of my own thoughts and changing the direction in which they went, embedded in me I know my thoughts are everything to how my life will turn out. So, today I do my best to choose to be will be whatever I think I am. I heard recently.. It’s not “Fake it til you make it – It’s fate it til you make it – Believe so strongly in what you wish to become and you will create this.
Don’t ever give up on the magic in you. Every one of us is here to carry out a purpose. We are are all experiencing our own version of reality, all of us with worries. Watch your thoughts.. watch your choices.. Decide on your own destiny.
We all live with the objective of being happy; our lives are all different and yet the same.Anne Frank