Every day you ask yourself questions. Some questions empower you to move forward along the path to happiness and your Very Excellent Life. While other questions drag you down and keep you down for the count.
You know, questions that steal your power and depress your self esteem pop into your head all day long. You make a mistake and ask, “Why did I do such a dumb thing?” Or, “You ninny. Why did you ever think you could do something like that anyway?”
Catch my drift?
What if instead of putting yourself down with your questions you created a new habit by asking questions like, “How can I smile even more today?” Or, “What one action step can I take today that will improve my health in the long run?”
Do you see how you can ask yourself questions that focus your energy on what you do well and the ways you take care of yourself to improve your well being? Do you think your world would change if you made a habit of asking yourself similar questions every morning as part of your daily routine?
You do follow some sort of daily routine, don’t you?
Now why would I ask if you do certain actions daily? Why would a routine make a difference for you?
In this busy world where even kids carry personal organizers to keep track of all their activities, self-care often falls by the way side. Taking time to prepare for the day, to meditate and focus within, to exercise – all those activities make a difference in how your day goes.
For me, personally, if I do not take time to meditate in the morning I rarely get to it later in the day. And my day goes noticeably smoother and easier when I begin it with meditation. I receive answers to all kinds of questions in my personal and professional life.
When I skip my exercise routine wind up getting stiff or achy.
Of course I include spiritual aspects in my daily routine and never ever miss making at least five entries in my gratitude journal.
While I consider each aspect of my morning ritual, so to speak, necessary to my overall well being and enjoyment of life, I know that adding the three questions that empower and upgrade y life made a dramtaic impact on how my day goes. even more important, that habit serves to focus my attentionon all that is already good in my world and can be even better.
Life was never meant to be a struggle. We are here to enjoy al life has to offer. When we fail to live in happiness know that is your own doing. There is no one to blame and no circumstances that interfere with how you live your life. It really is all about you.
So what kind of questions will you ask yourself today? And tomorrow? How will you make the difference in your life that you know you really want to make?
You will never make life changes by reading, listening and watching material. I don’t care how great the teachings are. You must take action to shift.
People who are terribly stuck, to the point they feel hopeless – people who find themselves numb to the concepts of happiness, joy and love – vibrate at frequencies too low to attract anything good that they want in life.
If that person is you then truly, you have to get yourself to a place of feeling happy first. To move to a place of feeling happy first you automatically raise your frequency. Then, and only then, will you attract what is good and positive to you.
I am guessing that sounds impossible right now. Am I right?
I obviously cannot assist you to the depth you need in a short article. So let me get you doing something.
The two best ways to raise your frequency FAST are
1. Make a list for every thing – every little and every big thing – for which you feel grateful. Grab a pad or notebook and create a gratitude journal and commit to writing in it every singe night right before falling asleep.
What that does is set you up, in your subconscious mind, to work on feeling grateful while you sleep. The more you express gratitude to the Universe (Creator, God, whatever term you use), the more it will deliver to you for which to be grateful.
2. Go and do something (the important word is DO) for somebody else to make their life better. Volunteer somewhere or help a neighbor with a task.
Maybe you know a shut-in who could use a visit and company. You want to get outside of yourself to change your energy. You want to take the focus off your unhappiness and being stuck.
Remember T. Harv Eker’s words, “Where attention goes energy flows.” In other words, what you think and feel about most of the time manifests in your life.
Action will move you – literally and figuratively. Thoughts will keep you mulling over what is wrong and missing.
You can do this. Yes, you.
How do I know?
You finished reading this entire article. It takes courage to recognize something is amiss and take action to change that situation. Your commitment reveals a deep desire to make the changes you know in your heart, you want to – and CAN – make.
Life is all about feeling good. When you raise your frequency you will feel good and then you just know happiness and love and joy.