21 Day Alignment Challenge ~ Day 18

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Week Three – Aligned Action

Day Eighteen Centering Thought:

I Let My Action Be Action in Joy

Action is part of the deliciousness of your physical world.  But you did not intend to create through physical bodily action – you intended to use your body to enjoy the actions that you have created through your thought.  ~ Abraham

 Think like a man of action and act like a man of thought.  ~ Henri Bergson

Week Three Processes:

  • Meditate: Continue meditation as an aligned action each day.
  • CEO Planner:  Continue using the planner as a way to structure your day.
  • Aligned Moments:  Continue to set your intentions activity by activity.
  • Aligned Action: As a part of your “to-do” list in your CEO planner, include the “to-dos” for a particular project you want to work on or set up a separate Aligned Action schedule.
    • Down the first vertical column on a columnar pad, list the actions you will do each day.
    • List the dates of the week across the top of the columns.
    • Each day, check off the actions you complete and savor the good feeling.
    • At the beginning of the next week, make any changes needed for the actions to evoke clear alignment.  Change some or all and add or subtract actions.

More important than getting the job done is feeling good, so make the actions very “do-able.”  You can always do extra and feel even better.

Example: If you want to lose weight, planning a big life style change of going to the gym every day is probably destined for failure.  Start with actions like drinking an extra glass of water, walking around the block, and doing three stretches each day.  See how the week goes and what you are inspired to do the next week.

 

21 Day Alignment Challenge ~ Day 17

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Week Three – Aligned Action

Day Seventeen Centering Thought:

The vibrations of my Being influence the Universe.

 Everything vibrates and is communicating, reacting, responding, and integrating with other vibrating things.  Once you begin to offer your vibrations on purpose – now you are in absolute control of your experience. ~ Abraham

In the field of observation, chance favors the prepared mind. ~Louis Pasteur

Week Three Processes:

  • Meditate: Continue meditation as an aligned action each day.
  • CEO Planner:  Continue using the planner as a way to structure your day.
  • Aligned Moments:  Continue to set your intentions activity by activity.
  • Aligned Action: As a part of your “to-do” list in your CEO planner, include the “to-dos” for a particular project you want to work on or set up a separate Aligned Action schedule.
    • Down the first vertical column on a columnar pad, list the actions you will do each day.
    • List the dates of the week across the top of the columns.
    • Each day, check off the actions you complete and savor the good feeling.
    • At the beginning of the next week, make any changes needed for the actions to evoke clear alignment.  Change some or all and add or subtract actions.

More important than getting the job done is feeling good, so make the actions very “do-able.”  You can always do extra and feel even better.

Example: If you want to lose weight, planning a big life style change of going to the gym every day is probably destined for failure.  Start with actions like drinking an extra glass of water, walking around the block, and doing three stretches each day.  See how the week goes and what you are inspired to do the next week.

 

21 Day Alignment Challenge ~ Day 16

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Week Three – Aligned Action

Day Sixteen Centering Thought:

By visualizing my desired outcome, the perfect action is always inspired.

 As your desire to feel good leads you to thoughts that feel good, the perfect action will be inspired from that alignment.  ~ Abraham

If possible I avoid acting when I am emotionally upset. ~ Ken Keyes, Jr.

Week Three Processes:

  • Meditate: Continue meditation as an aligned action each day.
  • CEO Planner:  Continue using the planner as a way to structure your day.
  • Aligned Moments:  Continue to set your intentions activity by activity.
  • Aligned Action: As a part of your “to-do” list in your CEO planner, include the “to-dos” for a particular project you want to work on or set up a separate Aligned Action schedule.
    • Down the first vertical column on a columnar pad, list the actions you will do each day.
    • List the dates of the week across the top of the columns.
    • Each day, check off the actions you complete and savor the good feeling.
    • At the beginning of the next week, make any changes needed for the actions to evoke clear alignment.  Change some or all and add or subtract actions.

More important than getting the job done is feeling good, so make the actions very “do-able.”  You can always do extra and feel even better.

Example: If you want to lose weight, planning a big life style change of going to the gym every day is probably destined for failure.  Start with actions like drinking an extra glass of water, walking around the block, and doing three stretches each day.  See how the week goes and what you are inspired to do the next week.

 

21 Day Alignment Challenge ~ Day 15

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(Week Three Begins)

Week One – The universe and your to do list

Week Two – Moment to moment intentional alignment

Week Three – Aligned Action

Inspired Action

To maintain or attain clear alignment, action needs to be taken when your two perspectives are in harmony.  Only take inspired action or align with the action you feel you need to take so that you feel good doing it.

When you have a goal that you want to achieve, such as complete a project, establish an exercise routine, or find a new job, aligned action is the key.

Actions You Look Forward to Doing

In Aligned Actions, you use your actions to assist you to clearly align your physical and nonphysical perspectives.  When you feel good, you will be inspired to set up daily actions that you look forward to doing, actions you like doing, and actions you will do.

Day Fifteen Centering Thought:

 As I breathe deeply, I feel myself thrive.

 Thriving is as natural as breathing itself. by relaxing often, and breathing deeply – your natural thriving is enhanced. ~ Abraham

Carpe diem.  (Seize the day) ~ Horace

Week Three Processes:

  • Meditate: Continue meditation as an aligned action each day.
  • CEO Planner:  Continue using the planner as a way to structure your day.
  • Aligned Moments:  Continue to set your intentions activity by activity.
  • Aligned Action: As a part of your “to-do” list in your CEO planner, include the “to-dos” for a particular project you want to work on or set up a separate Aligned Action schedule.
    • Down the first vertical column on a columnar pad, list the actions you will do each day.
    • List the dates of the week across the top of the columns.
    • Each day, check off the actions you complete and savor the good feeling.
    • At the beginning of the next week, make any changes needed for the actions to evoke clear alignment.  Change some or all and add or subtract actions.

More important than getting the job done is feeling good, so make the actions very “do-able.”  You can always do extra and feel even better.

Example: If you want to lose weight, planning a big life style change of going to the gym every day is probably destined for failure.  Start with actions like drinking an extra glass of water, walking around the block, and doing three stretches each day.  See how the week goes and what you are inspired to do the next week.

 

21 Day Alignment Challenge ~ Day 14

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Week Two – Moment to moment intentional alignment

Day 14 Centering Thought:

I Understand the Rules of the Game of Life

When you understand the rules of this Game of Eternal Life . . . When you understand the powerful Law of Attraction and Deliberate Creation, you can pre-pave, segment by segment, your life experience into becoming the Allower you were born to be. ~ Abraham

When you stay in vibrational alignment with Spirit, you find yourself less concerned with goals, outcomes, winning, and accumulations; and far more involved in the process of enjoying the activities of your life. ~ Dr. Wayne Dyer

 Week Two Processes:

  •  Meditate for fifteen minutes or keep increasing your meditation time by a minute each day to build to a 21- minute meditation by the end of the challenge.
  • Law of Attraction CEO Planner:  We suggest continuing to use the CEO Planner as a way to schedule your day.
  • Aligned Moments:
    • A phase or part of the day is each time you move to a new activity or your intentions shift, if only slightly. Waking up, staying in bed for a bit, getting dressed, eating breakfast, driving to work, or answering the phone all represent a different phase.
    • Before you start a new activity or phase, stop for 30 seconds or less and identify the general feeling tone you want most during this next time.
    • Note: The intentions need to be about the general feeling tone, not the topics to discuss or tasks to accomplish. It is about the “to feel” not the “to do.”
    • You might use a general intention statement for many phases or specific ones for each shift

Examples:

Big Picture (General) Intention:

  •  I want the fullness of who I have become to be present in this moment.

Detailed (Specific) Intentions:

  • I want to be present and listen in this conversation.
  • I want to be sensitive to my intuition.
  • I want feel to what to say at the right time.
  • I want to have fun.
  • I want to be effective. I want to inspire and be inspired.
  • I want to feel exhilarated.
  • I want this to be a good exchange for both of us.
  • I want to savor the beauty as I walk.
  • I want to revel in the luxury of this bedding.
  • I want to delight in the feel of the flow of water over me in this shower.
  • I want to feel safe on this ride.
  •   Journal: Record an experience or two from the day.  How it felt, what happened when you intended aligned moments?

 

21 Day Alignment Challenge ~ Day 13

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Week Two – Moment to moment intentional alignment

Day 13 Centering Thought:

I am clear about my Intentions

It is important for you to identify which intentions you most want to fulfill, because as you prioritize, you give your singular attention to what is most important; and as you give that your singular attention by the Law of Attraction – you attract power unto that intention that is most important to you. ~ Abraham

If you make this an inner mantra: I intend to feel good, you can picture yourself experiencing joy regardless of what’s going on around you. ~ Dr. Wayne Dyer

 Week Two Processes:

  •  Meditate for fifteen minutes or keep increasing your meditation time by a minute each day to build to a 21- minute meditation by the end of the challenge.
  • Law of Attraction CEO Planner:  We suggest continuing to use the CEO Planner as a way to schedule your day.
  • Aligned Moments:
    • A phase or part of the day is each time you move to a new activity or your intentions shift, if only slightly. Waking up, staying in bed for a bit, getting dressed, eating breakfast, driving to work, or answering the phone all represent a different phase.
    • Before you start a new activity or phase, stop for 30 seconds or less and identify the general feeling tone you want most during this next time.
    • Note: The intentions need to be about the general feeling tone, not the topics to discuss or tasks to accomplish. It is about the “to feel” not the “to do.”
    • You might use a general intention statement for many phases or specific ones for each shift

Examples:

Big Picture (General) Intention:

  •  I want the fullness of who I have become to be present in this moment.

Detailed (Specific) Intentions:

  • I want to be present and listen in this conversation.
  • I want to be sensitive to my intuition.
  • I want feel to what to say at the right time.
  • I want to have fun.
  • I want to be effective. I want to inspire and be inspired.
  • I want to feel exhilarated.
  • I want this to be a good exchange for both of us.
  • I want to savor the beauty as I walk.
  • I want to revel in the luxury of this bedding.
  • I want to delight in the feel of the flow of water over me in this shower.
  • I want to feel safe on this ride.
  •   Journal: Record an experience or two from the day.  How it felt, what happened when you intended aligned moments?

 

21 Day Alignment Challenge ~ Day 12

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Week Two – Moment to moment intentional alignment

Day 12 Centering Thought:

My inspired action is joyful.

By reaching for the best-feeling thought you can find, you will shiver with exhilaration as you reconnect with your purpose, with your zest for life and with you. ~ Abraham

He started to sing as he tackled the thing that couldn’t be done, and he did it.  ~ Lynn Willard

 Week Two Processes:

  •  Meditate for fifteen minutes or keep increasing your meditation time by a minute each day to build to a 21- minute meditation by the end of the challenge.
  • Law of Attraction CEO Planner:  We suggest continuing to use the CEO Planner as a way to schedule your day.
  • Aligned Moments:
    • A phase or part of the day is each time you move to a new activity or your intentions shift, if only slightly. Waking up, staying in bed for a bit, getting dressed, eating breakfast, driving to work, or answering the phone all represent a different phase.
    • Before you start a new activity or phase, stop for 30 seconds or less and identify the general feeling tone you want most during this next time.
    • Note: The intentions need to be about the general feeling tone, not the topics to discuss or tasks to accomplish. It is about the “to feel” not the “to do.”
    • You might use a general intention statement for many phases or specific ones for each shift

Examples:

Big Picture (General) Intention:

  •  I want the fullness of who I have become to be present in this moment.

Detailed (Specific) Intentions:

  • I want to be present and listen in this conversation.
  • I want to be sensitive to my intuition.
  • I want feel to what to say at the right time.
  • I want to have fun.
  • I want to be effective. I want to inspire and be inspired.
  • I want to feel exhilarated.
  • I want this to be a good exchange for both of us.
  • I want to savor the beauty as I walk.
  • I want to revel in the luxury of this bedding.
  • I want to delight in the feel of the flow of water over me in this shower.
  • I want to feel safe on this ride.
  •   Journal: Record an experience or two from the day.  How it felt, what happened when you intended aligned moments?

 

21 Day Alignment Challenge ~ Day 11

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Week Two – Moment to moment intentional alignment

Day 11 Centering Thought:

I can relax into my natural Well-being.

Look for things to feel good about, and watch how everything in your life will unfold to reflect that good-feeling vibration. ~ Abraham

Thought is the blossom; language the bud; action the fruit behind it. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

 Week Two Processes:

  •  Meditate for fifteen minutes or keep increasing your meditation time by a minute each day to build to a 21- minute meditation by the end of the challenge.
  • Law of Attraction CEO Planner:  We suggest continuing to use the CEO Planner as a way to schedule your day.
  • Aligned Moments:
    • A phase or part of the day is each time you move to a new activity or your intentions shift, if only slightly. Waking up, staying in bed for a bit, getting dressed, eating breakfast, driving to work, or answering the phone all represent a different phase.
    • Before you start a new activity or phase, stop for 30 seconds or less and identify the general feeling tone you want most during this next time.
    • Note: The intentions need to be about the general feeling tone, not the topics to discuss or tasks to accomplish. It is about the “to feel” not the “to do.”
    • You might use a general intention statement for many phases or specific ones for each shift

Examples:

Big Picture (General) Intention:

  •  I want the fullness of who I have become to be present in this moment.

Detailed (Specific) Intentions:

  • I want to be present and listen in this conversation.
  • I want to be sensitive to my intuition.
  • I want feel to what to say at the right time.
  • I want to have fun.
  • I want to be effective. I want to inspire and be inspired.
  • I want to feel exhilarated.
  • I want this to be a good exchange for both of us.
  • I want to savor the beauty as I walk.
  • I want to revel in the luxury of this bedding.
  • I want to delight in the feel of the flow of water over me in this shower.
  • I want to feel safe on this ride.
  •   Journal: Record an experience or two from the day.  How it felt, what happened when you intended aligned moments?

 

21 Day Alignment Challenge ~ Day 10

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Week Two – Moment to moment intentional alignment

Day 10 Centering Thought:

I Divide My Day into Many Aligned Moments

Your day may be divided into many segments.  It is not necessary to have a rigid schedule of segments, but it is important that you clearly identify when you more from one segment of intentions into another segment of intentions. ~ Abraham

 If you make this an inner mantra: I intend to feel good, you can picture yourself experiencing joy regardless of what’s going on around you. ~ Dr. Wayne Dyer

 Week Two Processes:

  •  Meditate for fifteen minutes or keep increasing your meditation time by a minute each day to build to a 21- minute meditation by the end of the challenge.
  • Law of Attraction CEO Planner:  We suggest continuing to use the CEO Planner as a way to schedule your day.
  • Aligned Moments:
    • A phase or part of the day is each time you move to a new activity or your intentions shift, if only slightly. Waking up, staying in bed for a bit, getting dressed, eating breakfast, driving to work, or answering the phone all represent a different phase.
    • Before you start a new activity or phase, stop for 30 seconds or less and identify the general feeling tone you want most during this next time.
    • Note: The intentions need to be about the general feeling tone, not the topics to discuss or tasks to accomplish. It is about the “to feel” not the “to do.”
    • You might use a general intention statement for many phases or specific ones for each shift

Examples:

Big Picture (General) Intention:

  •  I want the fullness of who I have become to be present in this moment.

Detailed (Specific) Intentions:

  • I want to be present and listen in this conversation.
  • I want to be sensitive to my intuition.
  • I want feel to what to say at the right time.
  • I want to have fun.
  • I want to be effective. I want to inspire and be inspired.
  • I want to feel exhilarated.
  • I want this to be a good exchange for both of us.
  • I want to savor the beauty as I walk.
  • I want to revel in the luxury of this bedding.
  • I want to delight in the feel of the flow of water over me in this shower.
  • I want to feel safe on this ride.
  •   Journal: Record an experience or two from the day.  How it felt, what happened when you intended aligned moments?

 

21 Day Alignment Challenge ~ Day 9

Alignment.Day9Alignment Challenge Day Nine

Week Two – Moment to moment intentional alignment

Day 9 Centering Thought:

 As I Intend Aligned Moments, I Am Attracting What I desire.

The way you feel is your point of attraction.  And so, the value of Segment Intending is that you pause many times during your day to say:  This is what I want and expect from this segment of my life experience.  And as you set forth those powerful thoughts, you will attract into your experience what you want. ~ Abraham

A sense of the value of time – that is, of the best way to divide one’s time into one’s various Activities – is an essential preliminary to efficient work; it is the only method of avoiding hurry. ~ Arnold Bennett

 Week Two Processes:

  •  Meditate for fifteen minutes or keep increasing your meditation time by a minute each day to build to a 21- minute meditation by the end of the challenge.
  • Law of Attraction CEO Planner:  We suggest continuing to use the CEO Planner as a way to schedule your day.
  • Aligned Moments:
    • A phase or part of the day is each time you move to a new activity or your intentions shift, if only slightly. Waking up, staying in bed for a bit, getting dressed, eating breakfast, driving to work, or answering the phone all represent a different phase.
    • Before you start a new activity or phase, stop for 30 seconds or less and identify the general feeling tone you want most during this next time.
    • Note: The intentions need to be about the general feeling tone, not the topics to discuss or tasks to accomplish. It is about the “to feel” not the “to do.”
    • You might use a general intention statement for many phases or specific ones for each shift

Examples:

Big Picture (General) Intention:

  •  I want the fullness of who I have become to be present in this moment.

Detailed (Specific) Intentions:

  • I want to be present and listen in this conversation.
  • I want to be sensitive to my intuition.
  • I want feel to what to say at the right time.
  • I want to have fun.
  • I want to be effective. I want to inspire and be inspired.
  • I want to feel exhilarated.
  • I want this to be a good exchange for both of us.
  • I want to savor the beauty as I walk.
  • I want to revel in the luxury of this bedding.
  • I want to delight in the feel of the flow of water over me in this shower.
  • I want to feel safe on this ride.
  •   Journal: Record an experience or two from the day.  How it felt, what happened when you intended aligned moments?