Ever had one of those days?

Have you ever had “one of those days”? You know the days that I am talking about: the alarm goes off in the morning and you pull the blanket over your head thinking “I just don’t have the energy. Maybe I’ll stay at home today”.

We all have days like this. You pull yourself out of bed, into a long shower and get going. If you have children at home, you find the energy to wake them up and get them off to school, or to their daily routine. If not, you drown yourself in a cup of coffee going over the tasks that await you.

How can we turn these days into days filled with joy?

Here are a few tips:

  1. Before you get out of bed think of one thing that you are thankful for in your life at that particular moment. It can be having a warm blanket to pull over your head, or maybe the roof over your head. Be thankful
  2. The next step is similar to the first: as you begin your morning routine, think of one more thing that you are thankful for: maybe it is someone you love, or someone who loves you. Yes, moms out there, or dads out there, the child that challenged you the most, is the one who will teach you the most important lessons. Be thankful. If you have had problems at work, thank the person who has taught you the lesson of the day. What is it that you have learned?
  3. As you get dressed and have your coffee, think of a warm light that is surrounding you. A soft light. The light is like a soft blanket. This light contains a strong positive energy. The light is strong to those from the outside and will reflect negative energy.
  4. Take this light with you throughout the day. Notice that in situations where others throw negative energy, the light will keep you in it’s world.

As you shine with this light, others will be attracted to your positive energy.

Have a wonderful day my friends!

 

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