Today is the first day of my journey. What do I want to manifest? What areas of my life do I feel could use some attention. Most people want at least one of three things: love, money and good health. I must admit that I am one of the majority, in this instance. These are pretty, general topics and general can be good, especially if getting specific stirs up negative emotions. According to Abraham Hicks, feeling good is the catalyst to creation. That makes sense to me. Feeling Good…well, feels good. So, if thinking of specific needs and wants in love bring up painful emotions, try getting more general. For example, it somehow feels better to say, “I want Love, Joy and Fulfilment in every aspect of my Life” than to make a list of Must Haves, Negotiables and No Ways. Making lists always left me itemizing things that either dredged up bad memories or created a fantasy that felt unattainable. I’ve decided that my first general affirmation is this: “Dear Me. I deserve all good things in life and I want: Love, Joy and Fulfillment in every aspect of my Life.”
` I’ve decided that for this spirit quest, I am strengthening myself in all areas: physically, mentally and spiritually. Getting exercise and being mindful of what I eat is the cornerstone of physical health. But, over the years, I’ve learned that supplements such as multivitamins also help. There are supplements like 5-htp, Etherium Gold or Black and Vitamin D that support mental as well as physical health. Like many people, I have struggled with negative body image, low self esteem and self-degrading language. My new lifestyle of Feeling Good means that I avoid saying or thinking bad things about myself. I promise to look at myself and say, “I am someone’s Dream Girl” instead of saying, “I’m fat” or “Why can’t I be sexy like her?” Self-Love is not just a catch phrase. It’s a lifestyle and takes practice. So, say good things to yourself. Take care of your health. Love the skin you’re in. I say these things to myself and I’m here to testify that I feel happier. Isn’t it better to be happy?
So, on my list for tomorrow: go to the store and get some supplements, work out at the gym and meditate for fifteen minutes…at least. I know what I want now, at least in general, and I’m reaching out to grab it.