At times I'm needing a crutch to lean on. A reminder.
During the first period (see "Go Happy Mind Go" May 2010) I read in my Inspiration Book daily (at least). It gave me hope and was self-empowering. Giving me a push to continue.
I still read in it from time to time, but now the sight of it usually reminds me enough. And writing in it reminds me aswell. I treasure my collection. I also love the process of finding new ones to write.
In this precious book of inspiration, of tresures, only self empowering reminders are welcome. Quotes that make me feel Free, that make me Smile From Deep Inside, that make me Radiate With Love, that give me Strength and Hope. That make me want to bliss-out in Song and Dance. All of them tell me something that uplifts me, or the HowTo uplift or make it easy on myself. Or just something I'd love to think automatically.
Its acctually a "How I Can Love Myself More"-book...
Reading them over and over makes me beleive in them. That's the yummy part. To start to believe in those wounderful life affirming, life celebrating, freedom giving, energy releasing, soothing, empowering thoughts. Knowing that they now are true for me.
Here's a hint of what's inside...
"I love and approve of myself exacly as I am right now" (from Louise Hay)
"Be the Queen/King in your own conciousness" (from Rajanaka Tantra Philosophy)
"I can Be, Do and Have Anything I want" (from Abraham's teachings)
"What is perfect for me will always unfold, and meanwhile, I'm thankful for this and I'm eager for the path that will unfold" (from Abraham's teachings)
"Wisdom is Avoiding All Thoughts That Weaken You" (from 10 secrets to success and inner peace)
no matter where I'm going, no matter what I'm doing, no matter who I'm with - my dominant intent is to see that which I'm wanting to see" (from Abrahams teachings)
"Be what you are and say what you feel, because those who will mind don't matter and those who matter doesn't mind." Dr. Seuss
"Just a little alertness...
to devote oneself to creativity, to love, to sensitivity, and to make this small life just a series of songs — that you dance in your life and that your death will be your crescendo of dance; that you live totally and you die totally, with no complaint...with gratitude, with thankfulness to existence."
(from No-Thought for the Day, 10th of June 2010, OSHO)
How about that for breakfast?