Your thoughts have power. Direct them wisely.
“My thinking is peaceful, calm and centered.”
The mind will often “kill time” by imaging, projecting, replaying, worrying or getting lost in daydreams. It’s helpful to observe moments when you become lost in thought and draw your attention to what the mind has deemed to be more important than your joy in the present moment.
Once you have noticed, bring your attention fully into the Now. Notice your surroundings, listen to the sounds around you, focus upon the rhythm of your breath. Initially, the mind will attempt to jump in automatically with it’s opinion, judgments or replaying the same old tape of inner dialogue.
Purposefully and consciously break the cycle of unconsciousness by choosing to be present as often as required. Knowing that each thought sends waves of energy throughout the Universe, send loving-kindness outward. You make a difference. Your presence and state of mind has everything to do with how you choose to experience this moment.
Today my intention is to remember that I am unlimited in my own ability to create the good in my life.