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10 Ways To Attract Positive Energy August 28, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Gratitude, Health & Wellness, Life Balance, Mindfulness.
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We are magnets.  When we emit positive energy (thoughts, feelings, and vibrations), we attract more positives to us.

Bueno!  Life, she is good!

Mangia!  Mangia!

When we dwell on the negatives, we attract negatives ~ sapping our energy and strength in the process.

If you’re tired of living under a perpetual rain cloud, keep reading! 

Yes, Eeyore, you too!

If we want to attract heath, wellness, and vitality to ourselves, we must stop circulating (and re-circulating) toxic, negative thoughts and feelings.

Here are 10 Ways to Attract Positive Energy into your life, while boosting your immune system, curing dis-ease, and counter-balancing daily stress:

1.  Love and accept yourself as you are right now.  Start a list to remind yourself of all your wonderful qualities.  Add to it every day.

E.g.,  I am the most positive person I know.

2.  Free yourself from past resentments and disappointments about who you were yesterday.  Stop engaging in self-blame and guilt for past acts and omissions.  Today is the first day of the rest of your life.  Revel in it.

As Scrooge announced on Christmas morn, “I am not the man I was!”

3.  Let go of any and all resentment you’re hanging onto about everyone and everything else.  Stop looking for reasons to criticize and blame others for their acts and omissions.  Let go of your desire to control others.

The past is gone.  It is what it is, and cannot be changed.  Let it go. 

4.  Stop giving your power away.  Use your time, energy, and vitality wisely.  Every time you choose to focus on a negative, you are depleting your reserves rather than re-charging your batteries.

Focus on circulating and re-circulating positive, life-affirming ideas. 

5.  Use creative visualization and your imagination to your advantage, not your detriment.  Instead of picturing worst case scenarios, see things as you want them to be.  Visualize yourself doing things in a state of perfect health.

Visualize ideal outcomes and happy endings, not dire consequences.

 6.  Do not speak of your illness, or dis-ease with others.  The more attention you place on what you don’t want in your life, the more energy it absorbs.   Remove your attention from your dis-ease.  Put your focus and attention on the things in your life that make you feel good.

Starve your illness and dis-ease by refusing to dwell on them.

7.  Love is the antidote to fear.  If you appreciate the many blessings in your life, and express gratitude for anything and everything, you begin to flow in  a healing bath (rather than languishing in toxins).  Develop an attitude of gratitude by making a list of all the things you are grateful for, including  increased health and vitality.

Be grateful for the health and well-being coming your way.

8.  Recognize that you have the power to heal yourself.  That healing power flows from the thoughts you think.  Allow positive thoughts to circulate, eliminating stress and boosting your immune system.

There is no such thing as incurable.  Miracles abound.

9.  Be happy.  Appreciate this moment.  Resist nothing.  Love yourself and others.  Be  grateful for small blessings.  Make happiness your number one  priority.  When you remain positive, you summon well-being, and vanquish  illness and dis-ease.

When we exist in a state of happiness, we boost our immune systems and allow our bodies to use energy reserves for healing.  

10.  Laugh!  Laugh again!  Watch funny movies and recall memories that make you laugh.  Once you access the joy within, let it expand to fill your entire being, crowding out illness and dis-ease.

Laugh your way back to health.

These strategies work, but you must remember to apply them in your life.  Not once, not twice . . . EVERY DAY!

They won’t work if you give up, collapse into a heap, revert back to your previous negativity, while whining, It’s too hard.

Of course it’s hard.  But it’s worth it . . . after all, your health, vitality, and freedom are at stake.

Master your thoughts, master your life.

Aah . . . that’s better!

Related posts:  Can You Change Reality? * Grateful (Kate Shrewsday) * Tigger or Eeyore . . . It’s Your Call * Only If . . . Je Voudrais  Voler *  Self-Fulfilling Prophesies * Creative Visualization * Silence the Inner Critic * To Dream The Impossible Dream

Dancing in the Moonlight August 28, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Life Balance, Music & Dance, Nature.
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Whether your days are growing longer (below the equator) or shorter (above), the vernal equinox approaches. 

Could be the perfect time to gaze at the night sky and drink in the moon and stars.

No pumpkin patch required. 

Pick a night with a full moon, grab a friend (and some liberal libations), and head outside to do a bit of Dancing in the Moonlight with King Harvest:

Or enjoy a marvelous Moondance with Van Morrison under the fantabulous night sky:

Barefoot is best.

All In A Day’s Work August 28, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Humor, Word Play, Writing & Writers.
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Lexophiles love words, especially a good play on words (or even a bad play on words). 

Most of these puns came from e-mails I’ve saved over the years.  A few are of more recent vintage.  

These fun puns are All In A Day’s Work:

1.  Bakers trade bread recipes on a knead to know basis.

2.  Who was the roundest knight at King Arthur’s round table?

Sir Cumference. He acquired his size from too much pi. 

3.  I thought you saw an eye doctor on an Alaskan island.

No, it turned out to be an optical Aleutian.

4.  She was only a whisky maker, but he loved her still.

5.  What do you call Santa’s helpers?

Subordinate clauses.

6.  Two silk worms had a race. 

They ended up in a tie.

7. What did one hat say to the other?

“You stay here, I’ll go on a head.”

8.  What do you call acupuncture?

A jab well done.

9.  What happened to the guy who didn’t pay his exorcist?

He was repossessed.

10.  “Nurse, how’s the little boy who swallowed coins doing?”

“No change yet.”

Stay tuned. 

More Fun with Puns tomorrow.

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