Joy. One step. One moment at a time.

Do you ever think about how much time you devote to thinking or worrying about what other people are doing, saying or even why they’re doing or saying it?

Do you ever discover the answer? If so, does that answer bring you joy and a feeling of well-being and connection, or does it leave you feeling frustrated and upset?

Consider this:

Each time you find yourself wondering why someone did or said something, instead of staying on that train of thought, you shift your focus away from them and bring it to yourself. Once your thoughts are with you, let them float softly on the air, letting yourself wonder about what it is that offers kindness and love to your tender self.

What if, rather than using up precious time and energy on others, you give that time and energy to you. You, the one person who has choice over how your life is lived and what impacts you. You, the one person who can make a difference and change what you do or how you feel. You, the divine woman that you are and all that you bring, and offer, to this world.

What if, by noticing how you feel at any moment, you begin to see that how you feel, directs your life. You want to feel good, right?! How can you get to feeling good from thinking about all the wrongs in the world no matter who does them?

What if instead, you take a walk outside where your thoughts naturally shift to feeling better, to finding your joy. By taking a walk, nature opens the door to freedom, a place where you can take in the moment right where you are; to lose yourself and find yourself in each moment of breath.

Rather than pushing back against, resisting something that feels bad, you open your arms to receive all that feels joyful, exciting and good.

Imagine: If in this one moment, right now, each person on earth, paused to feel, really feel, this one magnificent moment, alive in themselves, what would the world become?

Pure Joy. One step. One moment at a time.

We invite you to celebrate the joy in you on this day and every day!

 

 

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