What’s got your attention right now? Is it something you love?
Too often worry grabs hold and you get stuck in what you don’t want. Or focused on what isn’t working.
You know what that feels like. I do, too, and it isn’t what I want in my life.
This is about a focus on what is working. It’s about love.
Do you remember what you love? Is it important to you?
Some days criticism and judgment cloud your vision.
What happens then? Your heart closes down. Your focus narrows. Inspiration vanishes.
So… What do you love? Perhaps you’ve forgotten.
Let yourself remember now. Will you speak it out loud? Go deep. Run wide. Let the joy of it ripple through you. It’s time to remember.
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This love is for you.
I love my ________________________________.
And also, the _____________________________.
And this, too _____________________________.
Life feels magical when _____________________________.
I love to do ______________________________.
Oh yes, and I love to _______________________.
___________________________ adds spice to my life.
I love when ______________________________.
I can’t wait to do ___________________________ again.
I would love to ______________________________.
I love how ________________________________.
I laugh out loud when ______________________________.
I love that ________________________________.
Everything in me softens when __________________________________.
I love ____________________________________.
Notice what opens up. Feel your breath deepening. More air gets inside because you’ve created more space to live in. Options appear. Next steps unfold.
It isn’t magic. It’s the power of remembering.
Remembering what you love is an acknowledgment of the gift of life.
Live what you love out loud. It’s the antidote for________. Well, you fill in that blank, too.
What do you love?
As You Begin
Ready to reflect? Before you begin to write, it’s so important to create inner space to receive. So, take a breath. Release it. Take another. Allow yourself some dedicated time. It doesn’t need to be hours of quiet, perhaps only 15 minutes. Then allow each question to simmer within you. Let responses bubble up into your awareness. Notice new ways of thinking, of images or ideas that arise spontaneously. Let it happen. Be aware. See where it leads you next.
Let yourself savor this process of receiving from yourself. Don’t judge whatever comes up, just receive it. Make notes.
What do you love? I invite you to share something from this process. Sharing anchors insight in your body. It leads you to deeper insight. It stimulates action.
Scroll down and add your experience. I’d love to hear what you discover!
Laurie Seymour is a mentor/guide, #1 best-selling author, host of the Wisdom Talk Radio podcast and founder of The Baca Journey. She helps women and men who are in the midst of great change to have a direct experience of their inner wisdom, dissolving self-doubt. Then she provides the strategies to sustain their inner connection so that they live the life they know is possible with confidence. Start now with a complimentary exploratory session (virtual tea!). Let’s explore where you’ve been and illuminate where you’re heading.
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