"They may not dance the same dance as you do, or believe in the same God, but be kind, always." Maya Angelou explains the importance of being a blessing to someone who may be very different from you.
Maya also had "rainbows" with her at all times. People of different ethnicities, marital and spiritual backgrounds, surrounding her. The variations in their "colors" created rainbows in her clouds. By surrounding herself with people different from herself she was broadening her horizons and learning more about life simultaneously.
This week we challenge you, to be a rainbow in some else's cloud. Reach out to those in different circumstances than yourself and be the light in their day that fills them with wonder and awe.
Happy Monday everyone! Are you in need of an extra boost, especially on Mondays to get you excited and aligned for the upcoming week? Simply print out this free printable and tape it to your bathroom mirror and read it to yourself as you are getting ready in the morning.
Repeating a morning affirmation to yourself will not only uplift your emotional state, it will also connect new pathways in your brain that signal to the world you are open to positivity and opportunity.
Close your eyes. Picture your perfect day from the very moment you wake up, to going to bed that night. What would you do? Would you go anywhere? How does it feel? Peaceful? Amazing? This day can be yours and those days could accumulate into a lifetime.
I know what you are thinking. But how? How could the day of my dreams happen over and over again? It all starts with you. You need to believe it can happen and believe it is possible.
Keep on visualizing that day. Actually feel the emotions that are brought about when thinking about it as if it is your real life. As soon as you feel those emotions, you are sending out a signal to the universe. We are all energy, all matter and even your thoughts have an energy to them. It may sound wild, but when you put the positive energy out there through feeling your perfect day, you are actually making it more likely to happen.
Depending on your learning style, it may be easier for you to write down your perfect day, or cut out images from magazines and put them on a poster that you look at every day. Whatever makes it easier for you, I encourage you to try it.
Want to learn more practices to lead you to your best day and life? Join me at my upcoming class April 10th.