Today I claim my fancy speak.
Today I'm dropping "I can," "I will," "I want to," "I should" ... and donning a big hat with a wide brim and a feathered flower. I'm standing tall. I'm smoothing my skirt. Today, I say
I shall be kind to others.
I shall be kind to myself.
I shall see the lightness in the day's situations.
I shall be patient.
I shall decide to shine.
I shall choose love.
"Nature does not hurry, yet everything gets accomplished."
I will not worry, hurry, hustle or rush today; instead, I will accept the peaceful order of things.
Whenever I begin to feel stressed, I will step away, unplug, and reconnect with my breath.
Trusting the process comes naturally for me, and I fully accept that the day will unfold in perfect order.
There is No Other Place I'd Rather Be
Right here. Right now.
Today, I choose to let the outside world exist without my involvement, just for a while. I acknowledge that all that matters to me, in this moment, is here with me now.
My breath is all there is, for these precious moments. In the stillness I find clarity and connectedness with myself.
I am present. I am connected. I am at peace.
In the rhythm of my breathing, my body feels whole. The outside world does not need me at this moment. My thoughts do not serve me here. I let them drift by like clouds.
In its softness, my breath gives me strength.
There is so much to be grateful for.
My breath. The earth that supports me. The people I meet. The first light of morning. The taste of my favorite meal. Sleep.
I am grateful.
Today, I will allow thoughts that uplift me to dominate, knowing that my mind-body connection is brilliant and strong.
I am healthy.
Everything works out in my favor.
I live in abundance.
My body is strong and capable.
Knowing that these thoughts create my reality fills me with joy, and I look forward to the healthy and peaceful opportunities to live my day to its fullest.
by Emily Nielsen
"I am determined to be cheerful and happy in whatever situation I may find myself. For I have learned that the greater part of our misery or unhappiness is determined not by our circumstance but by our disposition."
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