February Daily Vibes | Loving Relationships Day 6

Day 6 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

The more I deliberately create my reality, the more I experience my worthiness.

You did not begin on the day you born into your physical body.  You are Eternal Consciousness, with an Eternal history of becoming and of worthiness. ~  Abraham

Love wholeheartedly, be surprised, give thanks and praise – then you will discover the fullness of your life. ~   Brother David Steindl-Rast

Love Actually

“What does love have to do with it?” Well, if “it” means “everything” then love has to do with “it”. In fact as the Beatles sang many times, “Love is all you need.”

So why are these refrains actually true? Because being love means that you are fully who you are as a spiritual being having a human experience. If you make your relationship between you (your physical focus) and YOU, your Source Energy (your nonphysical focus), your top priority, and you deliberately choose thoughts that allow their clear alignment, you will consistently manifest what you desire. Plus you’ll then offer the greatest advantage to others with whom you interact.

Tag, you’re it.

The love and happiness that you are seeking is found when your two points of focus resonate. You are the love that you are looking for. You are a lover. You want to love. A clearly aligned relationship between you and YOU is not only fulfilling, it allows you to manifest what you want to be, do and have. And, you are a benefit to others close to you and throughout the world.

Of course it is wonderful to have those in your life that are easy to love. They give you an excuse to be the love you are. But, when you learn to love no matter the behavior of others, you are mastering the energies of love. You begin to experience yourself as love – that in fact, you are the love you are looking for.

VIBES

There are a number of parts to your physical perspectives. We all experience the Voice in our heads and our Emotions.

If you meditate or at least become still, you also become aware of a silent witness or observer within. We’ll call that – your Inner Being. Since we are spiritual beings having a human experience, we also have our nonphysical perspective that we will call our Soul, Spirit or Source. So we have VIBES – a Voice, Inner Being, Emotions and Soul.

GPS

To be in clear alignment means our VIBES are in harmony or resonance. The vibrations of the Voice are in sync with the high, fast, light and clear vibrations of our Inner Being and Soul. Our Emotions are our Alignment Guidance System, a GPS, letting us know the degree of alignment. Unpleasant feelings mean misalignment – clogged or resisted alignment. Pleasant feelings indicate clear alignment.

Love = Clear Alignment

As a very pleasant feeling, love certainly is a signal of clear alignment between you and YOU, the relationship you are looking for.

Week One Processes:

  • Meditate: Through time this has been the most effective practice to experience your essence, your Inner Being. In the quieting of your mind, you can actually experience the silent witness within. We suggest fifteen minutes a day.

To experience your silent witness or Inner Being try this awareness meditation from Sally Kempton’s book, Meditation for the Love of It. Close your eyes and take three deep, slow breaths. Then place your attention behind your own body, so that you can see your body from every angle – from above, from below, from behind, from the front. Notice the shift in perspective that occurs. See if you can station yourself as that observing witness of your body seen from all sides.

Now, still holding that perspective, ask yourself, “Who or what is witnessing my body? Who or what is witnessing my thoughts?” Don’t try to answer the question in words. Instead let your attention turn toward the felt experience that arises in response to the question.

  • Savor Clearly Aligned Moments: More often than we realize, we have times throughout the day that we pop into clear alignment between our physical and nonphysical perspectives. We see a dramatic cloud formation, a puppy, a garden in full bloom. Or maybe the traffic clears, or a partner speaks of appreciation for you. And then we go straight into resonance with our Source Energy.

Think or write about:
• How does it feel?
• What is it that makes this moment feel so good?
• Revel about the details that make it feel good.
For example, you might say to yourself the following:
• Question: I feel so warm and cozy in this room. Why is that? What makes it feel that way?
• Answer: The colors are soft and have a warm feel to them. They just make the room feel cozy and easy to be in yet spacious. They are luscious yet relaxing. And the southern facing windows let in this wonderful light that gives a glow to the room at this time of day. Even when I’m inside I can sit and feel the warmth of the sun’s rays wash over me filling me with a sense of ease and wellness.

February Daily Vibes | Loving Relationships Day 5

Day 5 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

My priority is to give my attention to what feels good to think about.

When you, in your physical body, give your attention to unwanted things, you cause a disparity in the Vibrational relationship between you and YOU. ~  Abraham

Even after all this time, the sun never says to the earth, ‘You owe me.’  Look what happens with a love like that!  It lights the whole sky. ~  Hafez

Love Actually

“What does love have to do with it?” Well, if “it” means “everything” then love has to do with “it”. In fact as the Beatles sang many times, “Love is all you need.”

So why are these refrains actually true? Because being love means that you are fully who you are as a spiritual being having a human experience. If you make your relationship between you (your physical focus) and YOU, your Source Energy (your nonphysical focus), your top priority, and you deliberately choose thoughts that allow their clear alignment, you will consistently manifest what you desire. Plus you’ll then offer the greatest advantage to others with whom you interact.

Tag, you’re it.

The love and happiness that you are seeking is found when your two points of focus resonate. You are the love that you are looking for. You are a lover. You want to love. A clearly aligned relationship between you and YOU is not only fulfilling, it allows you to manifest what you want to be, do and have. And, you are a benefit to others close to you and throughout the world.

Of course it is wonderful to have those in your life that are easy to love. They give you an excuse to be the love you are. But, when you learn to love no matter the behavior of others, you are mastering the energies of love. You begin to experience yourself as love – that in fact, you are the love you are looking for.

VIBES

There are a number of parts to your physical perspectives. We all experience the Voice in our heads and our Emotions.

If you meditate or at least become still, you also become aware of a silent witness or observer within. We’ll call that – your Inner Being. Since we are spiritual beings having a human experience, we also have our nonphysical perspective that we will call our Soul, Spirit or Source. So we have VIBES – a Voice, Inner Being, Emotions and Soul.

GPS

To be in clear alignment means our VIBES are in harmony or resonance. The vibrations of the Voice are in sync with the high, fast, light and clear vibrations of our Inner Being and Soul. Our Emotions are our Alignment Guidance System, a GPS, letting us know the degree of alignment. Unpleasant feelings mean misalignment – clogged or resisted alignment. Pleasant feelings indicate clear alignment.

Love = Clear Alignment

As a very pleasant feeling, love certainly is a signal of clear alignment between you and YOU, the relationship you are looking for.

Week One Processes:

  • Meditate: Through time this has been the most effective practice to experience your essence, your Inner Being. In the quieting of your mind, you can actually experience the silent witness within. We suggest fifteen minutes a day.

To experience your silent witness or Inner Being try this awareness meditation from Sally Kempton’s book, Meditation for the Love of It. Close your eyes and take three deep, slow breaths. Then place your attention behind your own body, so that you can see your body from every angle – from above, from below, from behind, from the front. Notice the shift in perspective that occurs. See if you can station yourself as that observing witness of your body seen from all sides.

Now, still holding that perspective, ask yourself, “Who or what is witnessing my body? Who or what is witnessing my thoughts?” Don’t try to answer the question in words. Instead let your attention turn toward the felt experience that arises in response to the question.

  • Savor Clearly Aligned Moments: More often than we realize, we have times throughout the day that we pop into clear alignment between our physical and nonphysical perspectives. We see a dramatic cloud formation, a puppy, a garden in full bloom. Or maybe the traffic clears, or a partner speaks of appreciation for you. And then we go straight into resonance with our Source Energy.

Think or write about:
• How does it feel?
• What is it that makes this moment feel so good?
• Revel about the details that make it feel good.
For example, you might say to yourself the following:
• Question: I feel so warm and cozy in this room. Why is that? What makes it feel that way?
• Answer: The colors are soft and have a warm feel to them. They just make the room feel cozy and easy to be in yet spacious. They are luscious yet relaxing. And the southern facing windows let in this wonderful light that gives a glow to the room at this time of day. Even when I’m inside I can sit and feel the warmth of the sun’s rays wash over me filling me with a sense of ease and wellness.

February Daily Vibes | Loving Relationships Day 4

 

Day 4 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I give my attention to solutions.

From your Broader Perspective, you know that attention to unwanted things adds to them – and so, the Source part of you withdraws attention from all things that are unwanted.  ~  Abraham
 
Love is the master key that opens the gates of happiness. ~  Oliver Wendell Holmes

Love Actually

“What does love have to do with it?” Well, if “it” means “everything” then love has to do with “it”. In fact as the Beatles sang many times, “Love is all you need.”

So why are these refrains actually true? Because being love means that you are fully who you are as a spiritual being having a human experience. If you make your relationship between you (your physical focus) and YOU, your Source Energy (your nonphysical focus), your top priority, and you deliberately choose thoughts that allow their clear alignment, you will consistently manifest what you desire. Plus you’ll then offer the greatest advantage to others with whom you interact.

Tag, you’re it.

The love and happiness that you are seeking is found when your two points of focus resonate. You are the love that you are looking for. You are a lover. You want to love. A clearly aligned relationship between you and YOU is not only fulfilling, it allows you to manifest what you want to be, do and have. And, you are a benefit to others close to you and throughout the world.

Of course it is wonderful to have those in your life that are easy to love. They give you an excuse to be the love you are. But, when you learn to love no matter the behavior of others, you are mastering the energies of love. You begin to experience yourself as love – that in fact, you are the love you are looking for.

VIBES

There are a number of parts to your physical perspectives. We all experience the Voice in our heads and our Emotions.

If you meditate or at least become still, you also become aware of a silent witness or observer within. We’ll call that – your Inner Being. Since we are spiritual beings having a human experience, we also have our nonphysical perspective that we will call our Soul, Spirit or Source. So we have VIBES – a Voice, Inner Being, Emotions and Soul.

GPS

To be in clear alignment means our VIBES are in harmony or resonance. The vibrations of the Voice are in sync with the high, fast, light and clear vibrations of our Inner Being and Soul. Our Emotions are our Alignment Guidance System, a GPS, letting us know the degree of alignment. Unpleasant feelings mean misalignment – clogged or resisted alignment. Pleasant feelings indicate clear alignment.

Love = Clear Alignment

As a very pleasant feeling, love certainly is a signal of clear alignment between you and YOU, the relationship you are looking for.

Week One Processes:

  • Meditate: Through time this has been the most effective practice to experience your essence, your Inner Being. In the quieting of your mind, you can actually experience the silent witness within. We suggest fifteen minutes a day.

To experience your silent witness or Inner Being try this awareness meditation from Sally Kempton’s book, Meditation for the Love of It. Close your eyes and take three deep, slow breaths. Then place your attention behind your own body, so that you can see your body from every angle – from above, from below, from behind, from the front. Notice the shift in perspective that occurs. See if you can station yourself as that observing witness of your body seen from all sides.

Now, still holding that perspective, ask yourself, “Who or what is witnessing my body? Who or what is witnessing my thoughts?” Don’t try to answer the question in words. Instead let your attention turn toward the felt experience that arises in response to the question.

  • Savor Clearly Aligned Moments: More often than we realize, we have times throughout the day that we pop into clear alignment between our physical and nonphysical perspectives. We see a dramatic cloud formation, a puppy, a garden in full bloom. Or maybe the traffic clears, or a partner speaks of appreciation for you. And then we go straight into resonance with our Source Energy.

Think or write about:
• How does it feel?
• What is it that makes this moment feel so good?
• Revel about the details that make it feel good.
For example, you might say to yourself the following:
• Question: I feel so warm and cozy in this room. Why is that? What makes it feel that way?
• Answer: The colors are soft and have a warm feel to them. They just make the room feel cozy and easy to be in yet spacious. They are luscious yet relaxing. And the southern facing windows let in this wonderful light that gives a glow to the room at this time of day. Even when I’m inside I can sit and feel the warmth of the sun’s rays wash over me filling me with a sense of ease and wellness.

February Daily Vibes | Loving Relationships Day 3

 

Day 3 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I know the knowledge of my Source by my emotions, my Alignment Guidance System.

All understanding comes through the comparative living of life.  And by “comparative” we mean weighing all current observations against the true knowledge that emanates from your Source   ~  Abraham

Love is the fulfilling of the law. ~  Saint Paul, Romans 13:10

Love Actually

“What does love have to do with it?” Well, if “it” means “everything” then love has to do with “it”. In fact as the Beatles sang many times, “Love is all you need.”

So why are these refrains actually true? Because being love means that you are fully who you are as a spiritual being having a human experience. If you make your relationship between you (your physical focus) and YOU, your Source Energy (your nonphysical focus), your top priority, and you deliberately choose thoughts that allow their clear alignment, you will consistently manifest what you desire. Plus you’ll then offer the greatest advantage to others with whom you interact.

Tag, you’re it.

The love and happiness that you are seeking is found when your two points of focus resonate. You are the love that you are looking for. You are a lover. You want to love. A clearly aligned relationship between you and YOU is not only fulfilling, it allows you to manifest what you want to be, do and have. And, you are a benefit to others close to you and throughout the world.

Of course it is wonderful to have those in your life that are easy to love. They give you an excuse to be the love you are. But, when you learn to love no matter the behavior of others, you are mastering the energies of love. You begin to experience yourself as love – that in fact, you are the love you are looking for.

VIBES

There are a number of parts to your physical perspectives. We all experience the Voice in our heads and our Emotions.

If you meditate or at least become still, you also become aware of a silent witness or observer within. We’ll call that – your Inner Being. Since we are spiritual beings having a human experience, we also have our nonphysical perspective that we will call our Soul, Spirit or Source. So we have VIBES – a Voice, Inner Being, Emotions and Soul.

GPS

To be in clear alignment means our VIBES are in harmony or resonance. The vibrations of the Voice are in sync with the high, fast, light and clear vibrations of our Inner Being and Soul. Our Emotions are our Alignment Guidance System, a GPS, letting us know the degree of alignment. Unpleasant feelings mean misalignment – clogged or resisted alignment. Pleasant feelings indicate clear alignment.

Love = Clear Alignment

As a very pleasant feeling, love certainly is a signal of clear alignment between you and YOU, the relationship you are looking for.

Week One Processes:

  • Meditate: Through time this has been the most effective practice to experience your essence, your Inner Being. In the quieting of your mind, you can actually experience the silent witness within. We suggest fifteen minutes a day.

To experience your silent witness or Inner Being try this awareness meditation from Sally Kempton’s book, Meditation for the Love of It. Close your eyes and take three deep, slow breaths. Then place your attention behind your own body, so that you can see your body from every angle – from above, from below, from behind, from the front. Notice the shift in perspective that occurs. See if you can station yourself as that observing witness of your body seen from all sides.

Now, still holding that perspective, ask yourself, “Who or what is witnessing my body? Who or what is witnessing my thoughts?” Don’t try to answer the question in words. Instead let your attention turn toward the felt experience that arises in response to the question.

  • Savor Clearly Aligned Moments: More often than we realize, we have times throughout the day that we pop into clear alignment between our physical and nonphysical perspectives. We see a dramatic cloud formation, a puppy, a garden in full bloom. Or maybe the traffic clears, or a partner speaks of appreciation for you. And then we go straight into resonance with our Source Energy.

Think or write about:
• How does it feel?
• What is it that makes this moment feel so good?
• Revel about the details that make it feel good.
For example, you might say to yourself the following:
• Question: I feel so warm and cozy in this room. Why is that? What makes it feel that way?
• Answer: The colors are soft and have a warm feel to them. They just make the room feel cozy and easy to be in yet spacious. They are luscious yet relaxing. And the southern facing windows let in this wonderful light that gives a glow to the room at this time of day. Even when I’m inside I can sit and feel the warmth of the sun’s rays wash over me filling me with a sense of ease and wellness.

February Vibes | Loving Relationships Day 2

Day 2 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

My emotions are my internal Alignment Guidance System

Your pain, or negative emotion, is not because of your disagreement with another person.  It is always about the disagreement between you and YOU. ~  Abraham

Love is an element which though physically unseen is as real as air or water.  It is an acting, living, moving force . . . It moves in waves and currents like those of the ocean.  ~  Prentice Milford, New Thought author


Love Actually

“What does love have to do with it?” Well, if “it” means “everything” then love has to do with “it”. In fact as the Beatles sang many times, “Love is all you need.”

So why are these refrains actually true? Because being love means that you are fully who you are as a spiritual being having a human experience. If you make your relationship between you (your physical focus) and YOU, your Source Energy (your nonphysical focus), your top priority, and you deliberately choose thoughts that allow their clear alignment, you will consistently manifest what you desire. Plus you’ll then offer the greatest advantage to others with whom you interact.

Tag, you’re it.

The love and happiness that you are seeking is found when your two points of focus resonate. You are the love that you are looking for. You are a lover. You want to love. A clearly aligned relationship between you and YOU is not only fulfilling, it allows you to manifest what you want to be, do and have. And, you are a benefit to others close to you and throughout the world.

Of course it is wonderful to have those in your life that are easy to love. They give you an excuse to be the love you are. But, when you learn to love no matter the behavior of others, you are mastering the energies of love. You begin to experience yourself as love – that in fact, you are the love you are looking for.

VIBES

There are a number of parts to your physical perspectives. We all experience the Voice in our heads and our Emotions.

If you meditate or at least become still, you also become aware of a silent witness or observer within. We’ll call that – your Inner Being. Since we are spiritual beings having a human experience, we also have our nonphysical perspective that we will call our Soul, Spirit or Source. So we have VIBES – a Voice, Inner Being, Emotions and Soul.

GPS

To be in clear alignment means our VIBES are in harmony or resonance. The vibrations of the Voice are in sync with the high, fast, light and clear vibrations of our Inner Being and Soul. Our Emotions are our Alignment Guidance System, a GPS, letting us know the degree of alignment. Unpleasant feelings mean misalignment – clogged or resisted alignment. Pleasant feelings indicate clear alignment.

Love = Clear Alignment

As a very pleasant feeling, love certainly is a signal of clear alignment between you and YOU, the relationship you are looking for.

Week One Processes:

  • Meditate: Through time this has been the most effective practice to experience your essence, your Inner Being. In the quieting of your mind, you can actually experience the silent witness within. We suggest fifteen minutes a day.

To experience your silent witness or Inner Being try this awareness meditation from Sally Kempton’s book, Meditation for the Love of It. Close your eyes and take three deep, slow breaths. Then place your attention behind your own body, so that you can see your body from every angle – from above, from below, from behind, from the front. Notice the shift in perspective that occurs. See if you can station yourself as that observing witness of your body seen from all sides.

Now, still holding that perspective, ask yourself, “Who or what is witnessing my body? Who or what is witnessing my thoughts?” Don’t try to answer the question in words. Instead let your attention turn toward the felt experience that arises in response to the question.

  • Savor Clearly Aligned Moments: More often than we realize, we have times throughout the day that we pop into clear alignment between our physical and nonphysical perspectives. We see a dramatic cloud formation, a puppy, a garden in full bloom. Or maybe the traffic clears, or a partner speaks of appreciation for you. And then we go straight into resonance with our Source Energy.

Think or write about:
• How does it feel?
• What is it that makes this moment feel so good?
• Revel about the details that make it feel good.
For example, you might say to yourself the following:
• Question: I feel so warm and cozy in this room. Why is that? What makes it feel that way?
• Answer: The colors are soft and have a warm feel to them. They just make the room feel cozy and easy to be in yet spacious. They are luscious yet relaxing. And the southern facing windows let in this wonderful light that gives a glow to the room at this time of day. Even when I’m inside I can sit and feel the warmth of the sun’s rays wash over me filling me with a sense of ease and wellness.

February Vibes | Loving Relationships Day 1

 

Day 1 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

By clearly aligning with my Source, I feel my worthiness.

While a part of that worthy, Non-Physical, Eternal, God Force, Creative consciousness expressed itself into the Being you know as you – the larger part of YOU remained, and remains, Non-Physically focused in Pure, Positive Energy and absolute worthiness.  ~  Abraham

What does being a better you have to do with anything?  It’s not about being a better you, nor even a more deserving you.  It’s about knowing you’re already both. ~  Mike Dooley


Love Actually

“What does love have to do with it?”  Well, if  “it” means “everything” then love has to do with “it”.  In fact as the Beatles sang many times, “Love is all you need.”

So why are these refrains actually true?  Because being love means that you are fully who you are as a spiritual being having a human experience. If you make your relationship between you (your physical focus) and YOU, your Source Energy (your nonphysical focus), your top priority, and you deliberately choose thoughts that allow their clear alignment, you will consistently manifest what you desire.  Plus you’ll then offer the greatest advantage to others with whom you interact.

Tag, you’re it.

The love and happiness that you are seeking is found when your two points of focus resonate. You are the love that you are looking for.  You are a lover.  You want to love.  A clearly aligned relationship between you and YOU is not only fulfilling, it allows you to manifest what you want to be, do and have.  And, you are a benefit to others close to you and throughout the world.

Of course it is wonderful to have those in your life that are easy to love.  They give you an excuse to be the love you are.  But, when you learn to love no matter the behavior of others, you are mastering the energies of love. You begin to experience yourself as love – that in fact, you are the love you are looking for.

VIBES

There are a number of parts to your physical perspectives. We all experience the Voice in our heads and our Emotions.

If you meditate or at least become still, you also become aware of a silent witness or observer within.  We’ll call that – your Inner Being. Since we are spiritual beings having a human experience, we also have our nonphysical perspective that we will call our Soul, Spirit or Source.  So we have VIBES – a Voice, Inner Being, Emotions and Soul.

GPS

To be in clear alignment means our VIBES are in harmony or resonance.  The vibrations of the Voice are in sync with the high, fast, light and clear vibrations of our Inner Being and Soul.  Our Emotions are our Alignment Guidance System, a GPS, letting us know the degree of alignment.  Unpleasant feelings mean misalignment – clogged or resisted alignment.  Pleasant feelings indicate clear alignment.

Love = Clear Alignment

As a very pleasant feeling, love certainly is a signal of clear alignment between you and YOU, the relationship you are looking for.

Week One Processes:

  • Meditate:  Through time this has been the most effective practice to experience your essence, your Inner Being.  In the quieting of your mind, you can actually experience the silent witness within. We suggest fifteen minutes a day.

To experience your silent witness or Inner Being try this awareness meditation from Sally Kempton’s book, Meditation for the Love of It.  Close your eyes and take three deep, slow breaths.  Then place your attention behind your own body, so that you can see your body from every angle – from above, from below, from behind, from the front.  Notice the shift in perspective that occurs.  See if you can station yourself as that observing witness of your body seen from all sides.

Now, still holding that perspective, ask yourself, “Who or what is witnessing my body?  Who or what is witnessing my thoughts?” Don’t try to answer the question in words.  Instead let your attention turn toward the felt experience that arises in response to the question.

  • Savor Clearly Aligned Moments: More often than we realize, we have times throughout the day that we pop into clear alignment between our physical and nonphysical perspectives.  We see a dramatic cloud formation, a puppy, a garden in full bloom.  Or maybe the traffic clears, or a partner speaks of appreciation for you. And then we go straight into resonance with our Source Energy.

Think or write about:

•    How does it feel?
•    What is it that makes this moment feel so good?
•    Revel about the details that make it feel good.
For example, you might say to yourself the following:
•    Question:  I feel so warm and cozy in this room. Why is that? What makes it feel that way?
•    Answer:  The colors are soft and have a warm feel to them. They just make the room feel cozy and easy to be in yet spacious. They are luscious yet relaxing. And the southern facing windows let in this wonderful light that gives a glow to the room at this time of day. Even when I’m inside I can sit and feel the warmth of the sun’s rays wash over me filling me with a sense of ease and wellness.

January Daily Vibes | Happiness Path to Empowerment Day 31

Day 31 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I recognize true happiness and do not settle for less.

It’s natural for me to love and to laugh. This is what is most natural for me. I am a happy person!   ~  Abraham
 
The happiness you discover within yourself is the key to healing the entire world.  ~  Deepak Chopra

 


Week Four: Choosing Unconditional Happiness

Lots of Happiness Advise

Happiness is an Inside Job by Sylvia Boorstein, Ph.D., The Ultimate Happiness Prescription, 7 Keys to Joy and Enlightenment by Deepak Chopra, Happiness Now! and Be Happy, by Robert Holden, Ph.D., The Art of Happiness by the Dalai Lama and The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin are a few examples of my favorite books that acknowledge happiness as a path to empowerment and creating a life you love. Deepak likens happiness as the key to healing the entire world. Robert Holden writes of happiness as a spiritual practice. Sylvia Boorstein relates happiness to Buddha’s Eight Fold Path.

Everyday Happiness

In the Happiness Project Gretchen Rubin takes on a year “trying to sing in the morning, clean my closets, fight right, read Aristotle, and generally have more fun.” She didn’t want to reject her life. She wanted to change her life without changing her life, by finding more happiness in her “own kitchen.” She declares herself happy, but not as happy as she should be. She realizes that she is at her best when she is happy, more patient, more forgiving, more energetic, more light-hearted, and more generous. Working on her happiness didn’t just make her happier, it boosted the happiness of the people around her. She comes up with resolutions that she calls the Twelve Commandments which included being Gretchen and there is only love. One of her goals for the happiness project was to prepare for adversity – to develop the self-discipline and the mental habits to deal with a “bad thing” when it happened.

Unconditional Happiness

The first weeks of these vibes focused on strengthening awareness of the happiness within by savoring when you are happy and nurturing your happiness by appreciating. This week we do the heavy lifting of finding happiness no matter the outer circumstances as everyday life presents itself.

Week Four Processes

Meditation: The mantra, Sat Chit Ananda – existence, consciousness, bliss might be a good choice for this week.

Be Aware of Your Feelings:
During the day be as conscious as you can of your feelings and note, in writing if possible, any time you felt less than good. Examples: I felt irritated that I hit all the red lights. I felt hurt that he said that about me. I felt disappointed that I did not get that opportunity.

Expansion Spiral: The Expansion Spiral is a powerful tool to help you move to unconditional happiness from a less than happy perspective. Pick at least one of the experiences you noted from the day and do an Expansion Spiral.

Expansion Spiral:

  • Draw a large spiral in your journal
  • In the center write how you are feeling about what is. Examples: I feel irritated that… I feel hurt that … I feel disappointed that …
  • On the otter edge of the spiral write how you do want to feel about the “issue”. Examples: I feel comfortable that it will work out. I feel fine; the person must feel threatened. I feel sure something better will happen.
  • To start, you do not resonate with the other statement. The goal of the process is to write statements around the spiral that do ring true so that you find relief statement by statement and come into harmony with what you wrote at the end of the spiral – even though the outer circumstance remains the same.
  • Hint: Begin with more general statements about the circumstance to help find relief.
  • Shifting the vibration of one subject does raise your point of attraction. However, your vibration on any subject is where you last left it, so it is very helpful to clean up vibrations one subject at a time.

January Daily Vibes | Happiness Path to Empowerment Day 30

Day 30 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

My true self lies beyond the ebb and flow of daily living.

I’m going to be happy. I’m going to skip. I’m going to be glad. I’m going to smile a lot. I’m going to be easy. I’m going to count my blessings. I’m going to look for reasons to feel good. I’m going to dig up positive things from the past. I’m going to look for positive things where I stand. I’m going to look for positive things in the future. It is my natural state to be a happy person.    ~  Abraham
 
The goal of life is the expansion of happiness.  All success in life is the by-product of happiness, not the cause.  ~  Deepak Chopra

 


Week Four: Choosing Unconditional Happiness

Lots of Happiness Advise

Happiness is an Inside Job by Sylvia Boorstein, Ph.D., The Ultimate Happiness Prescription, 7 Keys to Joy and Enlightenment by Deepak Chopra, Happiness Now! and Be Happy, by Robert Holden, Ph.D., The Art of Happiness by the Dalai Lama and The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin are a few examples of my favorite books that acknowledge happiness as a path to empowerment and creating a life you love. Deepak likens happiness as the key to healing the entire world. Robert Holden writes of happiness as a spiritual practice. Sylvia Boorstein relates happiness to Buddha’s Eight Fold Path.

Everyday Happiness

In the Happiness Project Gretchen Rubin takes on a year “trying to sing in the morning, clean my closets, fight right, read Aristotle, and generally have more fun.” She didn’t want to reject her life. She wanted to change her life without changing her life, by finding more happiness in her “own kitchen.” She declares herself happy, but not as happy as she should be. She realizes that she is at her best when she is happy, more patient, more forgiving, more energetic, more light-hearted, and more generous. Working on her happiness didn’t just make her happier, it boosted the happiness of the people around her. She comes up with resolutions that she calls the Twelve Commandments which included being Gretchen and there is only love. One of her goals for the happiness project was to prepare for adversity – to develop the self-discipline and the mental habits to deal with a “bad thing” when it happened.

Unconditional Happiness

The first weeks of these vibes focused on strengthening awareness of the happiness within by savoring when you are happy and nurturing your happiness by appreciating. This week we do the heavy lifting of finding happiness no matter the outer circumstances as everyday life presents itself.

Week Four Processes

Meditation: The mantra, Sat Chit Ananda – existence, consciousness, bliss might be a good choice for this week.

Be Aware of Your Feelings:
During the day be as conscious as you can of your feelings and note, in writing if possible, any time you felt less than good. Examples: I felt irritated that I hit all the red lights. I felt hurt that he said that about me. I felt disappointed that I did not get that opportunity.

Expansion Spiral: The Expansion Spiral is a powerful tool to help you move to unconditional happiness from a less than happy perspective. Pick at least one of the experiences you noted from the day and do an Expansion Spiral.

Expansion Spiral:

  • Draw a large spiral in your journal
  • In the center write how you are feeling about what is. Examples: I feel irritated that… I feel hurt that … I feel disappointed that …
  • On the otter edge of the spiral write how you do want to feel about the “issue”. Examples: I feel comfortable that it will work out. I feel fine; the person must feel threatened. I feel sure something better will happen.
  • To start, you do not resonate with the other statement. The goal of the process is to write statements around the spiral that do ring true so that you find relief statement by statement and come into harmony with what you wrote at the end of the spiral – even though the outer circumstance remains the same.
  • Hint: Begin with more general statements about the circumstance to help find relief.
  • Shifting the vibration of one subject does raise your point of attraction. However, your vibration on any subject is where you last left it, so it is very helpful to clean up vibrations one subject at a time.

January Daily Vibes | Happiness Path to Empowerment Day 29

Day 29 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

Be happy is my mantra.

You cannot have a happy ending to an unhappy journey.     ~  Abraham
 
You can never become happy, but you can always be happy.   Robert Holden, Ph.D.

 


Week Four: Choosing Unconditional Happiness

Lots of Happiness Advise

Happiness is an Inside Job by Sylvia Boorstein, Ph.D., The Ultimate Happiness Prescription, 7 Keys to Joy and Enlightenment by Deepak Chopra, Happiness Now! and Be Happy, by Robert Holden, Ph.D., The Art of Happiness by the Dalai Lama and The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin are a few examples of my favorite books that acknowledge happiness as a path to empowerment and creating a life you love. Deepak likens happiness as the key to healing the entire world. Robert Holden writes of happiness as a spiritual practice. Sylvia Boorstein relates happiness to Buddha’s Eight Fold Path.

Everyday Happiness

In the Happiness Project Gretchen Rubin takes on a year “trying to sing in the morning, clean my closets, fight right, read Aristotle, and generally have more fun.” She didn’t want to reject her life. She wanted to change her life without changing her life, by finding more happiness in her “own kitchen.” She declares herself happy, but not as happy as she should be. She realizes that she is at her best when she is happy, more patient, more forgiving, more energetic, more light-hearted, and more generous. Working on her happiness didn’t just make her happier, it boosted the happiness of the people around her. She comes up with resolutions that she calls the Twelve Commandments which included being Gretchen and there is only love. One of her goals for the happiness project was to prepare for adversity – to develop the self-discipline and the mental habits to deal with a “bad thing” when it happened.

Unconditional Happiness

The first weeks of these vibes focused on strengthening awareness of the happiness within by savoring when you are happy and nurturing your happiness by appreciating. This week we do the heavy lifting of finding happiness no matter the outer circumstances as everyday life presents itself.

Week Four Processes

Meditation: The mantra, Sat Chit Ananda – existence, consciousness, bliss might be a good choice for this week.

Be Aware of Your Feelings:
During the day be as conscious as you can of your feelings and note, in writing if possible, any time you felt less than good. Examples: I felt irritated that I hit all the red lights. I felt hurt that he said that about me. I felt disappointed that I did not get that opportunity.

Expansion Spiral: The Expansion Spiral is a powerful tool to help you move to unconditional happiness from a less than happy perspective. Pick at least one of the experiences you noted from the day and do an Expansion Spiral.

Expansion Spiral:

  • Draw a large spiral in your journal
  • In the center write how you are feeling about what is. Examples: I feel irritated that… I feel hurt that … I feel disappointed that …
  • On the otter edge of the spiral write how you do want to feel about the “issue”. Examples: I feel comfortable that it will work out. I feel fine; the person must feel threatened. I feel sure something better will happen.
  • To start, you do not resonate with the other statement. The goal of the process is to write statements around the spiral that do ring true so that you find relief statement by statement and come into harmony with what you wrote at the end of the spiral – even though the outer circumstance remains the same.
  • Hint: Begin with more general statements about the circumstance to help find relief.
  • Shifting the vibration of one subject does raise your point of attraction. However, your vibration on any subject is where you last left it, so it is very helpful to clean up vibrations one subject at a time.

January Daily Vibes | Happiness Path to Empowerment Day 28

Day 28 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

The secret of creating anything I desire:  Get Happy!

So, why am I who I am, and why am I born to who I am born to, and why is it set up the way it is set up?” We say, “For the fun of it. For the joy of it. For the expansion of it. For the growth of it. For the difference in it. For the desire producing value in it.     ~  Abraham

Healing consists of amusing the patient while nature cures the disease.  ~  Voltaire.

 


Week Four: Choosing Unconditional Happiness

Lots of Happiness Advise

Happiness is an Inside Job by Sylvia Boorstein, Ph.D., The Ultimate Happiness Prescription, 7 Keys to Joy and Enlightenment by Deepak Chopra, Happiness Now! and Be Happy, by Robert Holden, Ph.D., The Art of Happiness by the Dalai Lama and The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin are a few examples of my favorite books that acknowledge happiness as a path to empowerment and creating a life you love. Deepak likens happiness as the key to healing the entire world. Robert Holden writes of happiness as a spiritual practice. Sylvia Boorstein relates happiness to Buddha’s Eight Fold Path.

Everyday Happiness

In the Happiness Project Gretchen Rubin takes on a year “trying to sing in the morning, clean my closets, fight right, read Aristotle, and generally have more fun.” She didn’t want to reject her life. She wanted to change her life without changing her life, by finding more happiness in her “own kitchen.” She declares herself happy, but not as happy as she should be. She realizes that she is at her best when she is happy, more patient, more forgiving, more energetic, more light-hearted, and more generous. Working on her happiness didn’t just make her happier, it boosted the happiness of the people around her. She comes up with resolutions that she calls the Twelve Commandments which included being Gretchen and there is only love. One of her goals for the happiness project was to prepare for adversity – to develop the self-discipline and the mental habits to deal with a “bad thing” when it happened.

Unconditional Happiness

The first weeks of these vibes focused on strengthening awareness of the happiness within by savoring when you are happy and nurturing your happiness by appreciating. This week we do the heavy lifting of finding happiness no matter the outer circumstances as everyday life presents itself.

Week Four Processes

Meditation: The mantra, Sat Chit Ananda – existence, consciousness, bliss might be a good choice for this week.

Be Aware of Your Feelings:
During the day be as conscious as you can of your feelings and note, in writing if possible, any time you felt less than good. Examples: I felt irritated that I hit all the red lights. I felt hurt that he said that about me. I felt disappointed that I did not get that opportunity.

Expansion Spiral: The Expansion Spiral is a powerful tool to help you move to unconditional happiness from a less than happy perspective. Pick at least one of the experiences you noted from the day and do an Expansion Spiral.

Expansion Spiral:

  • Draw a large spiral in your journal
  • In the center write how you are feeling about what is. Examples: I feel irritated that… I feel hurt that … I feel disappointed that …
  • On the otter edge of the spiral write how you do want to feel about the “issue”. Examples: I feel comfortable that it will work out. I feel fine; the person must feel threatened. I feel sure something better will happen.
  • To start, you do not resonate with the other statement. The goal of the process is to write statements around the spiral that do ring true so that you find relief statement by statement and come into harmony with what you wrote at the end of the spiral – even though the outer circumstance remains the same.
  • Hint: Begin with more general statements about the circumstance to help find relief.
  • Shifting the vibration of one subject does raise your point of attraction. However, your vibration on any subject is where you last left it, so it is very helpful to clean up vibrations one subject at a time.