Where your attention goes, energy flows. Pay more attention to the positive than the negative and you'll be in the natural flow of life. Notice the beauty that is right in front of your eyes and you'll be using your energy wisely.
“To pay attention, this is our endless and proper work.” ~ Mary Oliver
Mother Nature naturally draws our attention to her beauty. If you're too busy to notice, you're missing out on one of the greatest gifts of being human. All of your senses were designed to pay attention to the natural world.
Pay attention to your positive thoughts. What you focus on expands so put your attention on what you want to see more of in your life. When you pay attention to what you don't want, you're wasting energy on worry. Shift your attention to what you do want to make good use of your energy.
Give your body the attention it deserves. Aches and pains, fatigue and burnout, are some of the ways your body communicates....
Happiness is a choice. It cannot be bought or sold, pursued or found because it’s a state of mind. Unhappiness can be transformed by loving yourself enough to break through the blocks that are preventing your well-being.
Declare “I Am Creating Happiness” and reflect on these words by Dale Carnegie: “Happiness doesn’t depend on any external conditions, it is governed by our mental attitude.”
The way you see your body can either strengthen or weaken your happiness. If you focus on what you don’t like about your body you will see more of that and feel sad. Focus on what you love and appreciate to dissolve the block of judgment.
Do you earn a living doing what you love or does it bring you down? Notice how you feel while you’re working to determine if it’s blocking or enhancing your happiness. You can remove the block to feeling good by either changing your career or having a different view of it.
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