Some of you enjoy an environment of strictness and austerity. For others, a formal structure is inhibiting. Rules and boundaries are beneficial if they enable your alignment. However, in excess, they keep you from your inner wisdom. Each of you has a different threshold for regulations.
Do more of the things that makes you feel good. What makes you tap your feet? What makes you sing? How long has it been since you heard yourself humming a tune? What puts a smile on your face? The things that feel good and elate your body in some way, are things worth pursuing.
The physical spot of where your experiences take place is not random. Energy exists everywhere, so the energy of a specific place may influence your experience, and you influence the physical plane with your energy. Be aware of where you are, and how your body feels in that place.
Your parents are dominant influences, however they do not make or break the quality of your life as an adult. Even if you have no hope, no options, no peace as a child, you still possess the same universal wisdom, beauty, light, and joy as the most adored child. You are deserving.
Take the time to enjoy your being. Enjoy how gravity can soothe your body like a big blanket, or how the sun can warm your bones. It’s just being alive in this moment. Simple things like washing your face, finding shapes in clouds, and yes, smelling flowers, add great joy to life.
Romantic love can be the most elusive and mystifying expression of love. It requires vulnerability as you unveil your true self to another. To achieve the apex of romantic love you must be utterly undefended being seen for who you really are. This is a very exposed state where your ego tries to protect you with fear.
An easily accessible way to improve your life is to change one small habit. Maybe it’s saying “thank you” to a compliment, instead of deflecting it. Maybe you focus on one thing you are grateful for before you get out of bed. Changing one little habit can improve your life.
If you complain that you are old and equate that to feeling tired, weary, and in pain, you fortify a negative belief that old is bad. If you equate aging to a new phase in life, just like childhood or adolescence, it becomes an objective view to new experiences. Embrace you. Always.
Dream your dreams and make your plans. Get excited and pumped up about the possibilities and goals. Realize the excitement and joy you create is what matters. End results are interesting, but how they layout doesn’t matter, except to be another launching pad to dream and do.