Practice self care and Feel good.
What I am going to share with you is very simple. It helped me a lot.
In my recovery process after my last divorce, I decided to focus myself on a daily basis on what would make me feel good.
I had to redefine what is it that makes me feel alive, that makes me feel good, excited for.
Once I had an idea, I would just dive into it.
I would make sure that I will do it everyday no matter free time I had. Listening to music, watching a good movie, read a book of my favourite author, watching humoristic videos on youtube, going to Yoga, being in nature, planning a trip….It was a way of focusing my attention on something positive.
The more you feel good, the more you want more good.
The more you shift your vibration energy, and the more you connect with a part of yourself that has a tendency to hide when we face challenges.
No matter how sad, or angry, or hurt, I would make sure to practice
‘THE FEEL GOOD FEELING’ on a daily basis, even if I didn't feel like it. I knew it would shift my energy.
I would also make sure that I would have some ‘Me Time”. Sometimes doing nothing, sometimes reflecting, sometimes just appreciating what was good in my life.
When you practice the sense of FEEL GOOD FEELING, you start being to feel amazing.
I would focus first on what would make me feel good, and will choose my social life based on that feeling.
I would make myself a priority, more than being selfish.
The question “ Would that make me feel good? “ was always there whenever I had to take a decision, or take actions.
This practice combine to being in a place of love, will give you a great sense of self care, self compassion. This will relieve weight on your shoulders.
You create a new safe space that would give you comfort and more confidence. This space will open up more possibilities in your life.
You become more connected with being grateful. Focusing on what is good in your life, rather than what is missing.
I made that quote mine:Tony Robbins “ Trade your expectations, for appreciation”.
I would literally drop any expectations of any sort, and shift my mind on appreciation. I would breathe every morning on what I was grateful for. When you practice gratitude, you are in a place of love, and you shift your mindset to beauty, and infinite possibilities.
I invite to reflect on what makes you feel good? And how can you incorporate it on your daily life, first as a practice, and then as something natural and necessary to take care of yourself.
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