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The Morning Mindfulness 17

Tap into your mental energy regularly because this world is not solely dominated by your physical energy. There's a quote by the youngest boxer to win a heavyweight title, Mike Tyson, that places perspective on how one must tap into their ability to think in this world.   "Everybody thinks this is a tough man's sport. This is not a tough man's sport. This is a thinking man's sport. A tough man is gonna get hurt real bad in this sport." If we remove the word "sport" from this quote and replace it with "world" it shifts the dynamic of the quote, making it more expansive. Your mental energy is the catalyst to unlocking a world operated by the greatest version of you. A version of you that is led by Peace, Power, and Love.  This mental energy starts internally and slowly moves into your external reality. Within the Mind's Eye, you must see the image of you living beyond the shackles this physical world may present. The physicality of this w
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The Morning Mindfulness 16

There's an ideology I believe we must embrace at all times: Your life, your choices. Our ability to consciously exercise choice is tapping directly into our divine essence. There's a quote by Carl Jung that has assisted me throughout the years in regard to exercising choice, "Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate." In my area of work (consultation for those suffering from anxiety and depression), assisting clients with the understanding that they must make the conscious choice every moment of the day to become a better version of themselves is critical to their healing. They must make themselves aware that every decision they make has the support system of the thought, "Is this best for my healing and health?"  I understand that this requires an immense amount of self-awareness and responsibility, but the engagement of "controlling your fate" demands nothing less. So, throughout the day, examin


So here’s a pretty compelling and revolutionary idea that incidentally, also makes a lot of sense. According to Jill Willard (the intuitive who taught us how to Trust the Gut ), our “bodies” are actually made up of four distinct parts—physical, emotional, mental, spiritual—and while three of them seem intangible and ephemeral, they actually have a physical presence. “These are additional rings around your body…in fact, a lot of extra physical weight is actually in the emotional body—it’s as though the physical expands to eat up the space allotted to the emotional ring.” Per Jill, each body should be balanced—and makeup 25% of our wholeness: “This is the roadmap to health, wellness, and understanding our true being.” To add an extra level of complexity, two of the bodies are masculine (physical, mental), and two are feminine (emotional, spiritual), which further underlines why so many of us are out of whack. “Our culture generally emphasizes the masculine or patriarchal side of things—e