You may have heard me talk about how daydreaming is a large part of my daily ritual. Yep, daydreaming.
That’s the term I enjoy, it’s what feels lovely to me. When I sit in my quiet space in the morning I let my mind wander for a while. Sometimes I look around my room and am just filled with gratitude for this space, I notice the books, the candles, the little pieces of my journey I have strategically placed all around me and it makes my soul smile. Continue reading “Daydreaming”
I get a lot of questions about how I journal, what do I write about, what do I say, how do I do it.
Well, after thinking about that for a minute I realized that I write way more about how I want to feel, than what I want to “have”. I focus on how I want to feel each day. How a new client makes me feel. How a new income makes me feel. How the gym makes me feel. How my diet makes me feel. How my mindset work makes me feel. How I want to feel in my relationships. How I want to feel in my friendships. How I want to feel in my relationship with my family to feel. How I want to feel about myself. How I want to feel about my work. How I want to feel about how I help people. How I want to feel about LIFE.
I don’t focus on the “how” or “what” but on the FEELING. I visualize it. I describe my surroundings and feelings around every situation I wish to be my reality. Continue reading “Journaling”
I’ve written before about daydreaming… about allowing yourself time every day to picture your life with the things you see in your dreams. Picturing life the way you “see it” when you’re talking about the vision you have for your life. Maybe when you think about it or talk about it, you’re talking like it’s never actually going to happen…
But what if you allowed yourself to think that it CAN happen? That is IS possible? Continue reading “Let Yourself Have It”