Day By Day

“Upon awakening, let the words Thank You flow from your lips, for this will remind you to begin your day with gratitude and compassion.

If you start your day on a positive note, this feeling translates into your whole day. Gratitude will give you warmth in your heart and the courage to work hard on your intentions.

Be in a state of gratitude for everything that shows up in your life. Be thankful for the storms as well as the smooth sailing. What is the lesson or gift in what you are experiencing right now? Find your joy not in what’s missing in your life but in how you can serve.

We think our problems have something against us, we call it bad luck, blame others. But all darkness, all problems are here to transform us and teach us the lessons we were meant to learn in this life. Thank the Universe for the storms and all the lessons that came along with them.” Dr, Wayne Dyer

Three Steps To Self Improvement – Ann & The Angels

“Ask yourself, ‘What improvements can I make inside of myself that will cause a happier resonance in my life in the future?’

Here are some pointers to assist…

1. Take time in silence and solitude to question

Even if you are at home with others, find time alone. Shut the door to a room. Go outside. Take a walk. Breathe. Feel deeply. Ask yourself, ‘Who do I want to be? What habits do I want to change? How can I start to make those changes now?’ Journal if you like. Get deeply acquainted with yourself, and assess yourself honestly, without judgment. What needs to change?

2. Make small changes each day

At the beginning of each day promise yourself to make one small change to become the person you wish to be.

Suppose for example, you wish to be more confident sharing your gifts – writing, counseling, art, storytelling, branding, you name it. Challenge yourself to do so in a small way each day, perhaps with a friend, perhaps on social media, perhaps just practicing at home. Journal your progress.

Suppose you wish to change a habit – speaking more tenderly, walking taller, getting up and exercising, being more motivated. First research (Google) and read inspiring ways others have changed that habit, then challenge yourself to make small changes. Document progress.

Every day is a gift. Every day we can make small changes to become closer and closer to the person we wish to be.

3. Celebrate Success!

Reward yourself for making small changes. Compliment yourself. Be accountable to a friend or social media peers whom you’ve challenged to do the same. Journal or document progress. Take selfies of the ‘new you’ and watch how you change. Every minor decision to be the person you want to become, is really a major shift in energy.”


“Picture your movies where someone is kidnapped.  The abductors put a blindfold over the victim’s eyes so they cannot see where they are going.  We do not wish to frighten you … humans live enough already in fear.  Could it be that you are living in a blindfolded state?  Could it be that you have become so blinded to your true nature as an emanation of Higher Consciousness that you no longer see through your true eyes, but through a lens that has become completely clouded by human perceptions?

Even as you begin to peel off the human blindfold and see with the eyes of the soul the blindfold wants to keep slipping back.  This is conditioning.  You have not been kidnapped, except by your thoughts, experiences, and beliefs about reality.  Reality is far more expansive than you think.  Humans see as if through a tunnel.  Move your awareness down and see through the heart.  You need no human vision to know love … divine love.  This love is what has always been within and around you as the layers of being human piled up.  Reverse the process and find peace.

You are so very loved.”

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