We need to let go, because the past doesn’t exist any longer. Let’s live in the present where it matters.
The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live the present moment wisely. – Buddha.
Eliminating nonessential possessions has freed us from many of the emotions associated with past lives that were keeping us stuck. And clearing our home has allowed us the freedom to shape our lives around our most important values.
Here is your gift from our heart to yours ….2023 Tool Kit
Live for today
10 Tips to Start Living in the Present Moment
- Discard possessions that don’t bring you joy
- Smile & be gentle with yourself
- Be grateful for the day – each moment you breathe is a gift!
- Forgive past hurts – accept the other person may not apologize. Forgiveness is vital. It allows you to let go of anger, guilt, shame, sadness, or any other feeling you may be experiencing and move one. Better is on its way. If they wanted to they would. You did the best you could with the tools and knowledge you had at the time.
- Love your work / job
- Dream about the future, however, work hard today
- Surround yourself with peeps who fill you up – we can’t do life alone, and we can’t expect to get through our hurts alone
- Stop worrying – Practice mindfulness – meditate – create a positive mantra to counter any painful thoughts
- Think beyond old & future solutions to problems – past & future are in the mind only
- Conquer addictions – Engage in self-care – Celebrate the small victories you have. This takes time, patience, and a reminder that you are worthy.
You got this!!
When you have a Million Dollar vision, don’t surround yourself with 1 cent minds.
Change is hard because you brain is wired to do the same thing over and over, regardless if that activity is good or bad for you. We also know how challenging it can be to go through change, but the positive consequence is really awesome.
Change is good
Remember the movie Stranger than Fiction?
The main character Harold Crick does the same things in exactly same time for years. He leads a completely dull, extremely predictable, and uninteresting life.
That is how your life would be without changes.
So next time you get the temptation to avoid or resist the change, aim instead to initiate the ones that will lead you to where you want be.
And remember—if there were no change, there would be no butterflies!
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