This morning, I saw a reminder in my phone that I had set a long time ago (I don’t remember when). It said: “give directions to my subconscious”. I knew straight away that it was from a book I read a while back (I don’t remember the title) that gave instructions on how to reprogram our subconscious. Seeing this reminder allowed me to acknowledge what a different space me and my subconscious are in, now… I am grateful for my subconscious!
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” Your points of view are the things that lock you in your reality and are the basis upon which your life is created” from the book Benevolent Leadership for a better world.
I have been playing with not being attached to my points of view and / or choose points of views that make me happy.
I believe that solarised water is good for me. I don’t know if it’s true, but it makes me happy to drink out of blue glass bottles.
I have been using the sentence “Interesting point of view, I have this point of view” when I notice that I have a point of view that doesn’t make me happy like for example points of view about things people should do… And that has created space…
I am grateful for the tools I have to make my life better and better and better….
A few days ago, I was watching the sunset with a new friend and we were both taking lots of pictures trying to capture the beauty. Lots of other people stopped by and were talking pictures too. Someone told us: “I take lots of pictures but I never really look at them because they are not as good as the real thing.”
It’s okay for me that it is not the real thing.
I am grateful for being able to capture some of the beauty and having fun ding it…
I went to a networking event. I dont like those but I thought I would stretch my comfort zone. Because I read “your life starts at the end of your comfort zone”.
It ended up being fun with some awkward moments, but mostly fun…
I learned how to introduce people to each other (the networking way) and got to practice on the spot.
The best part was meeting someone new who feels like we’ve know each other before…
And the even better part was the rush of aliveness that I got after the event.
How does it get any better than that?
I was walking downtown Vancouver and I noticed what I notice:
It is really easy to walk downtown and notice the noise, the unhappy people, the street people, the pollution, the dirty side walks, etc. And at the same time, I could notice the ocean at the end of the street, the mountains between the buildings, the colorful flowers, the trees, the different tones of light playing and reflecting in the glass buildings, etc…
In my life, I am choosing to notice what brings me joy, gratitude, and laughter. What are you choosing to focus on?
My life is so exciting! I saw George Clooney, again! How does it get any better than that?
Yesterday I was laughing at a conspiracy theory that my friend had just heard and I got to explain to him that I prefer ignoring the pending doom and be happy until it happens rather than worrying about it. It is a way of seeing things that I have adopted by choice.
Talking about this and other things, made me realize that all the classes I have taken led me to trust that I’ll be able to take care of myself no matter what.
And no, I don’t need to buy canned meat for the world ending next month because if I do survive, the supermarkets will be full of canned stuff…
So much gratitude for laughter and awareness!!!
I got on the bus and the farebox did not work to stamp my ticket. Free ride. How does it get any better than that? Someone getting up in front of me freeing a premium seat just for me! Blue sky, magic in the air… Lots to be grateful for!
Rolly and I had stopped to smell roses and Rolly said: “Isn’t it fantastic that they smell so wonderful?”
I am grateful for smelling the roses in my life.
When I was a kid and later, my mum would often say things like we’re so lucky, life is so wonderful, etc. It used to really annoy me when she said such things because I didn’t get it…
Now, every now and then, I feel joyful for my wonderful life and I laugh at myself for being annoyed at my mum when I didn’t get it. I wonder how many people I could annoy with being happy?
How lucky am I to have a happy mum?