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Our Thought Life
As one thinks within themselves so are they. As you think, so is your reality. Scriptures speak of guarding your heart with all diligence for out of it flow the issues of life. The heart, in this context refers to the mind. Guard your mind, your thinking. Your thoughts effect what comes out of your mouth and out in your actions. Our thoughts effect our emotions. We transform our lives first by changing how we think. Changing how we think about ourselves, others, relationships, circumstances, etc. As within, so without. Our inner life bears fruit in our outer life












Choosing Life
 

Our life is a result of our every day choices

Authored by Ms Aurora Dawn
Edition: 1
Life is about choices. Our life is a reflection of our choices.No matter yesterday, today is new. We can make new choices to create a new life.


Publication Date:
Jun 03 2015
ISBN/EAN13:
1514210509 / 9781514210505
Page Count:
36
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Full Color
Related Categories:
Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational




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Monday, June 1, 2015

My newest Self Published Book

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Focus Women, personal growth, and development.Leaving your yesterday to enter into a new tomorrow. Overcoming adversity, obstacles,abuse, to achieve your dreams. Living an extraordinary life in an ordinary world. Filled with some of my other writings combined into one book.
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Sunday, May 31, 2015

5/ 31 Daily Motivator Reinventing Yourself


Reinventing yourself
“You’re never too old to set another goal or dream a new dream.” ~C. S. Lewis
Source- Tiny Buddah

Change means reinvention.
I’ve reinvented myself several times in my life. Most adults have.

We must understand we have a choice to go on same old way doing same old things, or take a chance and reinvent ourselves

One morning, after struggling for months with grief and loss, A good sales position closed after several years. I had recently lost my gram, and my beloved mini schnauzer ran away and died in a horrid snow storm. I tried to apply again at stores but nothing opened. I felt sorry for me.Well one day it changed

 I woke up and realized that I was having so much trouble moving forward partly because I had no idea what it was that I wanted to move toward. I forgo about my own dreams,desires,and skills.
I was thinking about my past, but not what I wanted for my future.

One day I woke up ...with my ideas, desires, vision. I wrote them down and acted
In the vision, I decided, finally, to walk toward the light., my new life.

That time  taught me good lessons, one—that I had to take control of my future instead of letting my pain choose for me.


These are steps I’ve identified to reinvent yourself: I forget the source original thoughts  suggestions these are, but very good and true.

1. Create a vision for your future.

Sit quietly, close your eyes, and imagine the people, places, or situations that you need to leave behind. Now, imagine the future that you want, whether it’s simply a feeling, a group of people, or a situation such as a wonderful new job.

Imagine how it will feel to be in that new place. Picture the sun coming up behind your future, the warm glow of the light on your face.

Stand for a moment and silently voice your appreciation for everything that came before. Once you’ve thanked the past, turn toward the sun, and with compassion and gratitude, imagine yourself walking away from the past and into the future.

2. Write about your reinvention.

Imagine a scene from it or write about how you’d like it to play out. Where are you living? What do you do in the mornings, afternoon, and evenings? Who are your friends? What do you spend your days doing?

Continue writing for as long as this exercise feels invigorating and exciting. Write scenes, dialogues, lists, and plans. Make the future come alive. Write about how it will feel to be there. Keep your writing somewhere where you will look at it occasionally. Feel free to add to it.

3. Surround yourself with visual reminders of the life you’d like to create.

If it’s a new job in a particular field, put objects or images from that field someplace where you’ll see them every day. If it’s a home, find a picture of a house that you love and put it near your front door. It can be anything that reminds you of what you’re moving toward.

4. Now that you have a vision of your future, break it up into workable tasks.

What do you need to do, every day, to create that vision? Look for work? Meet new people? Search for a place to live in your chosen town? Make it specific. Make a list of everything you need to do and a schedule for when you’ll do it. Then do it and commit to keep doing it, one day at a time.

5. Every day, go back to that vision of you walking toward your future.

Every morning or evening, close your eyes and see yourself walking into the rising sun, toward your dreams, and reconnect with why you’re moving toward this new possibility.

Reinvention is neither easy nor always smooth. Often, we encounter resistance. We don’t want to let go, even of things that cause us pain or that are obviously already out of our grasp. We often struggle with limiting beliefs or stories about ourselves that hold us back from trying new things.

But there is one way to keep your compass pointed to this new life, even in the midst of any resistance or struggles you may encounter on your path.

Each time you find yourself slipping into old habits—isolating yourself, making excuses not to look for work, procrastinating on a task that might help you advance in your career—don’t bother wondering why you’re doing it or beating yourself up.

Just ask yourself this: “What can I do in this moment to keep moving forward?”

Then, no matter what you feel in the moment—lonely, self-critical, tired, lazy, or disappointed—do something to maintain momentum, even if it’s one small thing. There’s an old adage that says that true courage isn’t about not feeling fear; it’s about feeling fear and acting anyway.

Choose courage instead of letting your fear choose your future for you.
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