REMINDERS FOR ME

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  • Start smiling at people or striking up conversations with folk you see regularly at the station, in the corner shop or grocers, the rubbish collectors, security guys, neighbors, check -out staff, road sweepers – feel the connectedness in your daily community. It feels good to belong and it’s such a buzz walking down the street and waving, smiling and greeting folks you know.
  • Exercise often.
  • Wearing your best stuff.
  • Be generous and practice random acts of kindness. Buy the guy behind you a coffee or a colleague their favorite snack bar. Send thank you notes and compliment your friends and make them feel good. It comes straight back at you like a big karmic boomerang.
  • Do less. We are all doing far too much and we are not building in enough down-time treats to restore ourselves. Create daily habits which nurture and lift the heart from speaking to old friends, reading a good book, playing music or eating good organic food. Make time to honor yourself.
  • Don’t worry about getting out of the comfort zone – be terrified you’ll never get out of it. Regularly scare yourself silly by trying new skills, speaking up, meeting new people or committing to something that will stretch you. Give your soul a shake up.
  • Act “as if” you already had everything you are aiming for. Manifest it right now by being the person with the big promotion, 6 figure incomes, sashaying like a love bomb and broadcasting the success you have always craved. Just watch how people start to respond.
  • Make a list of 100 things you are good at/ like about yourself or others like about you. Read it regularly, believe it then own it.
  • Remember that your life and all that is in it could well be on somebody else’s wishing list.
  • Give yourself a hug. Show yourself unending, unconditional compassion, be gentle and embrace your own humanity.
  • Don’t walk strut. Chin up, swing your hips, loosen the shoulders and smile.
  • Look in the mirror and say “who loves ya, baby?” and know the answer

 

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