I always get a little tripped up when someone says "so tell me, what are these emails & posts I keep seeing all about anyway?"
"Mindfulness for Busy Ladies" just wasn't completely cutting it for me - nor was it 100% clear.
Today, the light bulb went off.
I believe in the Law of Attraction - the belief that the power of your thoughts, feelings & words play a significant role in creating your current and future life.
Moving forward, what I share will be based on this idea.
In order for it successfully work for you, there are a couple of theories and philosophies you need to start practicing ASAP:
#1: The What've I Got To Lose Theory
Back in 2011, when I was sick of the way my life was going and wanted massive change, this was the exact thought I had before committing myself 100%. I had absolutely nothing to lose from giving it a shot, but EVERYTHING to gain if it worked.
#2: The F*ck It Philosophy
Tied very closely to the above theory, I believe you need this philosophy to carry you through feelings of ridiculousness.
Immediately after committing to being all in on the Law of Attraction, I felt completely foolish.
4 seconds before I had JUST made a commitment based on the epiphany that I had EVERYTHING to gain. So I said f*ck it and decided to get comfortable feeling silly.
#3: The Crystal Ball Theory
Be brutally honest with yourself about what you want in your life. Get crystal freakin' clear about it. The way the Law of Attraction works is that it will give you exactly what you ask for. So don't be shy.
#4: The How Is Not My Business Theory
Commit to the idea that anything is possible, so why can't it be possible for you? You hear of fluke accidents & miracles all the time. Heck, there's a winning lottery ticket floating around in the Ottawa Valley as we speak. So why can't it happen to you?
In order for it to work though, you need to turn your brain off and stop trying to figure out the HOW - how will it come to fruition, how can it possibly end up in your life. The How is NOT your business. You gotta loosen the reins and give up that control.
#5: The Does It Feel Good Philosophy
You are meant to have a fantastic, happy, awesome life. Commit to knowing that you DESERVE a life like that. You are not meant for a life of pain and struggle. Yes, pain and struggle can be helpful for growth, but not an entire lifetime.
Start paying attention to how doing things make you feel.
Turn off your autopilot and ask yourself "how do I feel when I [fill in the blank]."
Maybe you absolutely HATE making scrambled eggs. Washing that pan afterwards irritates the bejesus outta you. Commit to never making scrambled eggs again.
I know it's a silly example, but you get what I mean. Life is too short to spend doing things that make you miserable - or worse, spending time with people who make you feel miserable.
I'll be going deeper on the above 5 philosophies and theories in the coming weeks.
Personally, it's been an incredible, wild ride that's given me more than I ever could have dreamed possible.
I'm just a girl who has been reading, learning and experimenting with this for the past 7 years. My intention is to share what I've learned in hopes that it is beneficial to you and your life.
I totally understand if this isn't your thing. If it's not, I completely support you in unsubscribing. I don't want to annoy you by showing up in your inbox every week.
But if it is your thing, or if you feel a little curious or even just the slightest pull tugging at you, then please stay. This could be exactly what you need, without even knowing you were looking.
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Lots of Love,