Having thoughts of prosperity can create a prosperous world around you. Always believe that you are prosperous.
Say the following out loud “I am prosperous, I live a flourishing life of success and good fortune surrounds me” Emphasize the words, Prosperous, Flourishing, Success and Fortune.
For the next 5 minutes, keep the above words in your thoughts.
Sit on the floor or in a comfortable chair, with your back straight.
Set a 5-minute timer.
Join the tip of your ring finger with the tip of your thumb, do this on both hands.
Say the following “I am prosperous, I live a flourishing life of success and good fortune surrounds me” then say the words one by one, Prosperous, Flourishing, Success, Fortune. Say these words over and over or think only about these words and the statement above. Allow no other thought into your mind. If your mind wanders, bring it back to the words.
When the 5 minutes are over, breathe in the words, and breathe them in as follows:
Breathe in through your nose and in your mind say “Prosperous” (do not exhale yet)
Breathe in through your nose and in your mind say “Flourishing” (do not exhale yet)
Breathe in through your nose and in your mind say “Success” (do not exhale yet)
Breathe in through your nose and in your mind say “Fortune” then exhale
Do you love the feeling this process generates? Repetition is essential. I encourage you to practice this in 5-minute intervals for no more than 30 minutes at a time.
When you think prosperity thoughts:
Having these prosperity thoughts daily will trigger a feeling of joy, bliss, and happiness.
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A while ago I set out to seek a new relationship to life. I had a burning desire to let go of all my insecurities and self-doubt, I desired to be more connected to my heart and soul and step into effortless self-confidence while enjoying a new depth of self-love. Furthermore I wanted to heal all discords in my intimate relationships and became more aware of my inner life, my thoughts, my feelings, my dreams, desires and motivations.
A transformational tool helped me achieve all of this, It revitalized me and gave me a sense of clarity and belonging. I found a depth of love I’d never come close to before, I found a path to spiritual empowerment and a path that led me to guide others. I use this tool to create luminous thoughts, ecstatic emotions, and pure pleasure.
The transformational tool I am referring to is the breath, it is the most ordinary thing, and also the most extraordinary thing! Breathing is simple and pretty basic that I use to underestimate its power. I overlooked it and took it for granted, I don’t remember giving it much thought at all, until now.
Consciously breathing in certain ways is a combination of ancient wisdom and modern science, it can awaken pure life-force energy, a creative healing energy. I have learnt to consciously use this energy in many different ways. I found that each one, when used correctly will produce a certain result. The common forms of breath-work include: Breath Awareness, Clarity breath-work, Conscious Breathing, Holotropic breath-work, Re-birthing breath-work, Shamanic breath-work, Transformational breath-work, Vivation breath-work, and Zen Yoga breath-work.
My book “An enlightened path to self-discovery” covers a few of these forms of breath-work but focuses mostly on breath-work for awakening calming forces within. The breath work techniques I share are all self-directed processes for stress relief, relaxation, focusing on the current moment, inner peace, spiritual insights and combating depression. The techniques can be used for relaxation or to simply energize yourself. It can be used to boost your passion or to change your behavior. It can be used to access the unconscious mind, or open you to altered states of consciousness. It can also be used in meditation, which I highly recommend.
These days, I have an inseparable connection to Mother Nature, a sacred connection. I enjoy her vibrancy, her light, her beauty, and her love. I have infinite respect for her and I radiate gratitude and love when I am in her presence. I feel her powers of healing, compassion, unity, and love. They create a stillness in my soul and I am filled with peace.
This was not always the case for me. There was a time when I did not care much for being in nature. Coincidently those were the days I suffered from depression. Is there a link between depression and not being connected to Mother Nature? I certainly believe this to be true.
You are either connected to Nature or you not. If you are open to the healing power of nature, it will open up your state of true awareness. Nature will win your heart and heal your soul, simply by its captivating existence and powerful stillness.
Being out in the sun has many benefits, one of the most obvious is exposure to vitamin D. If you don’t get enough vitamin D, you will probably suffer from osteoporosis and be at risk of cancer, and Alzheimer’s.
A few years ago, I had a vitamin D deficiency and I can tell you for certain that it was not a good experience. I constantly felt fatigued, I had bone and back pain, I got sick often and suffered from depression. I took high doses of vitamin D to feel better. If you have any of these symptoms, I suggest you take some Vitamin D supplements and get a daily dose of sunshine.
When I am in the surroundings of nature, I make a concerted effort to be in the present moment. When I am in a forest environment with lots of trees, a deep peace emanates from being in the present moment, it settles into me. At this moment, I use my senses, I touch the trees, I enjoy the smell of the trees, I look at every detail of my surroundings and I listen to the sounds of nature. I allow the calmness of the moment to infiltrate my heart, my mind, and my soul. Fear and doubt begin to dissolve. I get an intoxicating feeling of strength, courage, and determination. When in nature, I am undoubtedly blessed with pure love, light and an abundance of joy.
I enhance my experience with the following breathing technique: I inhale through my nose for 3 seconds, hold my breath for 3 seconds, inhale through my nose for 2 seconds and hold my breath for 3 seconds, I then inhale through my nose for 1 second and hold my breath for 3 seconds, I then exhale completely through my nose and repeat the process for as long as I need.
This process allows me to be in the moment and appreciate my surroundings.
Here are some other benefits you will get from spending time in nature:
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Depression is an illness characterized by persistent sadness and a loss of interest in activities that you normally enjoy, accompanied by an inability to carry out daily activities, for at least two weeks. In addition, people with depression normally have several of the following symptoms: a loss of energy; a change in appetite; sleeping more or less; anxiety; reduced concentration; indecisiveness; restlessness; feelings of worthlessness, guilt, or hopelessness; and thoughts of self-harm or suicide.
When you suffer from depression, talking about depression is a vital component of recovery. The stigma surrounding mental illness, including depression, remains a barrier to people seeking help throughout the world. Talking about depression, whether with a family member, friend or medical professional; in larger groups, for example in schools, the workplace and social settings; or in the public domain, in the news media, blogs or social media, helps break down this stigma, ultimately leading to more people seeking help.
The risk of becoming depressed is increased by poverty, unemployment, life events such as the death of a loved one or a relationship break-up, physical illness and problems caused by alcohol and drug use. Depression causes mental anguish and can impact on people’s ability to carry out even the simplest everyday tasks, with sometimes devastating consequences for relationships with family and friends. Untreated depression can prevent people from working and participating in family and community life. At worst, depression can lead to suicide. Depression can be effectively prevented and treated. Treatment usually involves either a talking therapy or antidepressant medication or a combination of these. Overcoming the stigma often associated with depression will lead to more people getting help. Talking with people you trust can be a first step towards recovery from depression.
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I used to suffer from depression and anxiety. Back then I had no idea how to get myself out of that state. If only I knew then what I know now. Now I have a toolbox of quick and easy ways to snap out of a bad emotional state. One such tool is a three-step process that works every time.
Once you acknowledge you’re in a bad emotional state, make a change to your body language. If you are sitting down, try sitting up straight; in fact, make any change to your body as long as you make a conscious change to your physiology.
Chances are you’re focusing on something negative or worrying about something you cannot change or feel hurt by what somebody has just said to you. Whatever it is, immediately change your focus on to something that will make you happy as long as you change your focus. You cannot think more than one thought at a time. If it’s a bad thought, imagine that you’re sitting beside a river and watching your thoughts go by; each thought is on a log floating in the river. Let the ones that are bad for you float by and choose another thought, any other thought, and if that thought does not serve you well, choose another.
You are most likely using the wrong words when in an emotional state, so change the words you are using to yourself and to others, and choose them wisely. Each word has its own vibration of frequency that can positively or negatively affect you. Dr. Masaro Emoto’s work in capturing intention in water proves that each word or thought projected into water produced a different geometric form, much like snowflakes. Positive thoughts produce beautiful, symmetrical geometry, negative thoughts, not so much. Why is this important for you? Because your body is made up of more than 60% of water and every word you use or think changes the geometric form of the water in your body, which ultimately leads to your state of mind. Choose your words wisely.
An emotional state can also be changed by breath work. Check out my page on this. Click here
Abundance is a very large quantity of something. In the context of this post, I would like you to think of abundance as a large quantity of everything wonderful for you:
Make your own abundance list and start attracting all the abundance you need. Whatever your current circumstances are, you can choose to feel abundant. You don’t need a huge bank account or a fancy car; simply choosing to feel abundance is free.
You should always feel as though you have the best of everything. You are abundantly joyful.
One very important practice to adopt before starting your abundance journey is to be thankful for everything in your life. Say the words “Thank you” and say them as often as you can. If you are not thankful for everything you already have in your life, then you’re likely to be blocking out an abundance of better things.
Attract an abundance of positivity and know that everything you need will come into your life at its appointed time.
Be someone who helps people look forward to tomorrow, and do it without the need for something in return. This has to be one of the fundamental reasons we are put on this Earth. There is so much JOY in doing something for someone without wanting anything in return. It is a beautiful feeling and if you haven’t tried it, you’re missing out on one of life’s remarkable blessings.
The act of helping others will make you feel better about yourself; you will be improving the life of another person and, more importantly, you will be changing the world one step at a time.
How can you make a difference? Here are 10 things to get you thinking: