Affirmations for Sunday January 9, 2022

Good Sunday, my friends. We began a three-week stay on Kauai yesterday. I’ll be sharing photos from the trip here as we experience them. We’ve been blessed and this is our 12th trip to this beautiful island.

Let’s get to some affirmations. My goals in 2022 center around a rejuvenation to my core path which definitely includes the personal and spiritual development content I post on this blog.

We live in a time more in need of better mindsets that ever, but also with little tolerance for triviality. You’re going to see that reflected in the affirmations I post here. I want to strike a deeper, more no-nonsense tones with the affirmations.

Hope you enjoy and, as always, your feedback is a gift.

Ray

This affirmation reminds you of who you really are and that you have the internal resources to deal with life’s biggest challenges.
This affirmation is my favorite measure of a life well-done and my commitment to embody it.
Anger can be a short-term fuel in certain situations. Held onto for long periods of time it’s toxic to us, our lives, and everything we hope to accomplish.
This affirmation is similar to the previous one. It reminds us to be conscious of the things that frustrate us and avoid prolonged engagement with them. It’s far more productive to focus on what you want rather than spending g your energy battling what you don’t.
We don’t have to keep repeating the same mistakes over and over. We’re not prisoners of circumstance. We can make better, wiser choices, using experience as our guide. This affirmation encourages that and asks you to own it.

Thoughts That Would Transform The World #1

Hey, my friends, happy Sunday! I’m starting a new series of posts on thoughts that would transform the world.

I discovered this tweet this morning by a guy named Aaron Will. It immediately struck me as powerful and a real duh.

Why is our educational system set up to make us workers that give the best hours of our days for the best years of our lives rather than teaching us how become abundant and thrive early in life?

Certainly, we’re not here on this Earth only to labor in someone else’s fields most of our lives for two weeks vacation each year and the hope of a few good years to ourselves at the end.

While it would be nice to see an educational system committed to such lofty and aspirational goals, we can’t afford to wait,

It’s up to us to create the life we seek. It’s up to us to do those things that bring us bliss. It’s up to us create revenue streams that, whether they get us completely out of the work-a-day world or not, set us up to live the life we want and provide us choices.

Let us live our best life beginning today,

Ray

Don’t You Believe Them!

The world will spend a lot of time and money this week trying to convince you there’s something wrong with you and you need to do something to fix you immediately.

You are a marvelous miracle filled with confidence and momentum. You are worthy and sovereign and perfection just as you are.

Just keep this affirmation handy to remind that you’re good, you’re on course, and you’re grateful for every last bit of it.

I believe in you. Meet me halfway and believe in you too!

Ray

Follow the Rules or Follow Your Heart?


They told you to follow all the rules and you’d be happy and successful.

You gave it your best only to find yourself far down the road and not as fulfilled as you’d hoped.

What gives? Nowhere in following all those outside rules and prescriptions for your life did they tell you that what fulfills comes from within and flows outwards not the other way around.

Thankfully, you have an internal compass that knows where your bliss lives.

Follow your heart. It knows the way.

Wherever you are on your journey today, remember you are awesome!

Ray

In Three Words or Less…Your Big Dream Right Now?

Everyone needs a dream. As long as you’re here, there’s still the possibility of being the person you came to the planet to be.

Embrace BIG thinking. Some believe small thinking is safer because there’s less risk of disappointment.

In those moments when you want to believe that, think of 95 year old you. Will that future version of you be happy you played it completely safe or will they only wish they’d done something big when they had the chance?

At the end of the day, big thinking and small thinking achieve the same thing. They give you a life that matches the thinking.

What’s your BIG dream right now? Leave your message below.

Just in case no one else has reminded you today, you are awesome!

Ray