Updated: Jun 29
1. Practice Gratitude.
When asked the question what is one take away, I could give to women who want to create a life they love I always start with Gratitude. Maybe life isn’t so great and your not feeling the Gratitude spirit. No worries! Let’s go back, go back as far as you need to and pull up a memory that you would love to live again. Dig into the feeling. What did you see, feel, smell, touch, hear or taste? Bring it all in. Your brain doesn’t know if it’s happening now or if it’s a memory.
It’s the vibration of Gratitude we want to live in.
2. Positive Vibration
The quality of your thoughts = your Vibration and your Vibration = the quality of your life.
What is one challenge in your life, or one person that you could shift your thoughts from judgment to compassion? Just thinking about it starts to create a shift.
The vibration you have regarding that person or that challenge is much more important than any other factor. It’s even more important than the actual person or challenge.
3. Get Clarity
“When you are clear, what you want will show up in your life, and only to the extent that you are clear.” The Passion Test. If you find yourself saying things like “I don’t know” often, then it’s time to replace that dis-empowering language with something empowering. Try out affirmations that feel good to you. For example “God guides my way” or “I know what to do and when to do it”. Finding ways to get clear on what a life you love looks like is a requirement to creating it.
4. Focus on the Positive
Why is it that we can have nine things going great and one thing going wrong and it’s the one thing going wrong that gets all our attention? Train your brain to focus on what is going right. It will take a little time as changing habits always does but you can start this immediately. Talk about what is going right as much as possible. Surround yourself with people who will also focus on the Positive.
5. Be Picky
Be Picky about who you share your dreams with. Only share with positive people who will support you in your dreams. If you don’t have anyone who you can safely share your dreams with then keep them safe in your heart. Dreams are like seedlings planted in the soil. It’s our job to protect and nurture them until they are strong enough to thrive on their own.