In my last blog post on reviving your passion and purpose in spring vibrations from Japan, several readers expressed their appreciation of the thought:
In a future post I will expand this idea within the context of Oriental Medicine’s 5,000 years of applied knowledge about the body’s energy cycles.
But today I offer a simple exercise that demonstrates the link connecting your mind, your real power of intention, and your energy flow.
Have fun with what I call Stretching Your Potential:
I heard once that birdsong in spring stimulates tree buds to swell into opening.
How about you?
Are you alert to the vibrations reviving your passion and purpose?
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What if you could blow out your negativity in a puff of positive intention to shift your energy?
Well, you can.
For several years I have been physically blowing out any feelings of negativity in a simple shift of energy I now call A Positive Puff.
I naturally learned this while fuming one day about a personal situation in Japan.
Are you your own harshest judge?
In my last blog post I wrote about how judging your day creates your experience.
But what about self-judgment?
What emotional damage do you sustain from how you judge yourself?
Judgments you impose upon yourself can generate guilt that blights years of your life.
The negative verdicts of your inner judge destroy your self-confidence, diminish your self-esteem, cripple your choices, and quash your creative expression.
Have you noticed that how you get out of bed affects how you feel the entire day?
Get up grousing and you are likely to grouse for hours after.
Arise in anticipation and the day opens into a treasure house of possibilities.
So how about a 2010 goal to get out of bed in a way that supports rather than hinders your daily activities?
This morning I awoke to the brilliance of the first snow this winter.
Even behind closed curtains the sunlit whiteness of the mountains brightened the room.
A welcoming dazzle that urged me to greet the day’s untapped potential.