END OF SUMMER DEAL
SUMMER IS ALMOST OVER…
Change is never easy but the fact you’re reading this means that you’re ready to take the first step!
END OF SUMMER DEAL…
A Journal to download for 2021/2022
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A mantra can be a single word and is used as a focal point of concentration (usually in meditation, but not necessary).
Write down your intention. Be succinct, and repeat it out loud. Hang it up on the fridge, write it in your travel-sized notebook, or put it in your phone.
Release the pressure. You can use one intention per month, or one for the entire year. Your call. Once you’ve set your intention, let expectations go. Let it be an enjoyable practice. Give your intention room to breathe as you figure out what it means in everyday life.
12 Intentions and Mantras use these or your own
1. Intention: I want to enjoy my life to the fullest.
Affirmation: I fully embrace the beauty of the little things. My smile is a symbol of hope, my kindness is a show of light, my presence is a gift to all, and my gratitude is a magnet for more to enjoy.
2. Intention: May I experience the peace that happiness brings.
Affirmation: I am willing to choose happiness at this moment.
3. Intention: May I be humble enough to surrender the things I cannot control.
Affirmation: I let go of what I think should be different, and I let it be what it is.
4. Intention: I want to have a healthy relationship with my body, mind, and soul.
Affirmation: I nourish and energize my body because I care for my body. I nurture my mind with positive thoughts that propel me forward. I connect to my soul through stillness and loving perception.
5. Intention: I intend to be in tune with the moment.
Affirmation: I can slow down, take a mindful breath, and strengthen my awareness. I am fully present to what life brings. My presence is my power.
6. Intention: Please lift my thoughts to love, for everyone and everything, and myself. Then I will know peace.
Affirmation: I choose love in this situation. I prioritize peace over the pain of separation. I opt for compassion instead of judgment. I prefer joy to fear.
7. Intention: I want to appreciate everything in my life as much as possible.
Affirmation: I honor my feelings and let them pass. I bow to the lessons that show up in my life. I am willing to be grateful at any given moment. Life is still worthy of my thanks.
8. Intention: May I remember to praise progress and forget perfection.
Affirmation: Life is a journey. I am a work in progress, and I am in the process of becoming the best version of myself. I accept this stage in my journey.
9. Intention: When life is hard, please help me see things in a new light.
Affirmation: I am willing to see things differently, and I request that shift in perception.
10. Intention: I intend to trust the process of life.
Affirmation: Even and especially when things don’t go according to plan or preference, I remain willing to trust that the universe has my back and a higher plan is unfolding for the greatest good.
11. Intention: I want the lightness of being.
Affirmation: I align myself with peace and calm, not stress. I am aligned with the joy and light of my highest self.
12. Intention: May I always rise above what pains me.
Affirmation: I am willing to forgive my negativity and the stress. I am willing to forgive others for their trespasses. I am willing to forgive myself for holding onto what doesn’t serve me (beliefs, grudges, worries, stress). I am forgiving life for not being what I thought it should be. I can rise above this pain through forgiveness.
“Your dreams don’t have to be lofty; they just have to be lived.” – Kelly Bouchard
Write it Out
To get started, write a brief paragraph on what you can change in your day-to-day routine to make your life more fulfilling. Here are some questions to get you started:
What are you passionate about? What do you want to cultivate more of in your life?
What is going right in your life? What seems to be working well?
What is not going right and where can you make some positive changes?
Now make a list to help you create these changes that will lead you to greater fulfillment. Intentions are not goals. Goals put pressure on us and have an external outcome. Intentions align us with our purpose. Meditate before you answer these questions and do a prayer and ritual after you’ve written out your intentions so you can still your mind and set these intentions deep within your heart.
For more inspiration, this poem:
Live with intention. Walk to the edge.
Listen hard. Practice wellness.
Play with abandon. Laugh.
Choose with no regret.
Continue to learn.
Appreciate your friends.
Do what you love and live as if
this is all there is.
May all beings everywhere be blessed with happiness, love, peace, and good intention!
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