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A new beginning is as close as your next breath. Imagine catching a wave on the inhale and riding it on the exhale to the next one. In life, new beginnings come in waves that inspire you to keep moving forward in the direction of your hopes and dreams.
“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.” ~ Seneca
Life is a series of new beginnings, fresh starts, clean slates, and life lessons. Each day your body gets a new beginning, your mind has a fresh start, your heart is a clean slate, and your spirit guides you through your next life lesson.
Every breath you take marks a new beginning. When you wake up in the morning to start a new day, take a deep breath and set an intention to create vibrant health. As you move into your day begin by making choices that align with your intention.
After a good night’s sleep your mind has a fresh start. It gets cleansed of negative thinking while you’re...
The spiral is an organizing principle found in nature. From distant galaxies to your unique fingerprint, the Fibonacci Sequence shows up in sunflowers, pine cones, waves, and shells to remind us of the natural order of things.
For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned. ~ Benjamin Franklin
To organize your life like a spiral begin at your heart center and work your way outward from there. If you want your outer world to be more organized start by turning inward, taking a few deep breaths, and listening to your heart.
Organize your thoughts in such a way that they generate good feelings. The better you feel the more effective you will be at organizing your day. Being organized generates more good feelings, and on and on it goes, creating an upward spiral of well-being.
If you experience a downward spiral it could be a sign that you're trying to organize your life from the outside in. This means...
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