I have been under the weather recently, so here are just a few thoughts for you this week. These are seven principles for contentment that I try to live by: Make PEACE with your PAST so it does not negatively affect your future. WE do not move forward by keeping our eyes in the rear … More 7 Principles for Contentment
Every experience, occasion, and object is neutral. We get to designate the experience as good or bad, positive or negative. It is our choice. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer professed, “Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.” When we designate the object or situation as positive, we begin to … More You have the power to change your experience. (2017)
Smile more. Laugh. Be mindful of everything you say and do. Choose joy in your routine (as you shower/bather, brush your teeth, eat, etc.). Express gratitude. Positively acknowledge others. Pray or meditate everyday. Just take a moment and breathe whenever you can. Engage in meaningful conversations and attentively listen. Put more pep into your step … More 17 ways to make 2017 amazing…
Joy is a positive feeling that I experience when my expectations are met. I make it a point to keep my expectations sensible and/or flexible as to not become frustrated. For example, I have been swimming daily with the expectation to swim at least one-quarter of a mile, which is 18 laps in the pool … More Joy is…
Behold, a new day (a new month)… with rainbows, sunshine, and blue skies. New players, rebounds and recoveries. Abundance, health, and harmony…just like you’ve been picturing them, right? Right?! Please tell me you’ve been picturing them!! ~ from Notes From The Universe (by Mike Dooley) I felt this was a great quote to kick off … More Picture your day in bliss.
Just because I am not a morning person does not mean I cannot wake up happy! ~ Dr. Angi (aka Dr. Angela Kowitz Orobko) Here are some tips on how to wake up happy that work for me. First of all, my bedroom is my sanctuary; therefore, it is peaceful and comfortable. The walls are … More Wake up happy.
Mahatma Gandhi believed and articulated, “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” I also believe and found that happiness rests with our thoughts, especially when they support what we say and do. That harmony between the three is the underpinning of bliss. Examine and reflect upon … More Thoughts, words and actions in agreement produce joy.