How to have a great day, every day

First, let go of everything you think you believe. That’s a great starting point.  I’ll give you a moment to figure out how to do that…

(tick, tock, tick, tock)

Okay, got it figured out? Good! (Honestly, that part took me about 53.9 years, but I did finally figure it out.)

Next, stop reading or listening to or watching the news. Everything you need to know — trust me, the Universe is going to make sure you find out about it. The rest of the news is 99.9% bad and there is nothing you can do about it.  Stop impeding your joy simply because news broadcasters want more advertising dollars than you can possibly imagine. Seriously, try it. I stopped reading and watching the news about 25 years ago and yet I still manage to be informed about the things I need to know. It just happens.

Third, learn how to say “NO” to things that don’t enrich your life or make you happy.  And that includes relationships, working at a job you hate. Or even being forced to buy health insurance.

Then, drink more water, breathe more deeply, and meditate about 15 minutes a day. (If you like guided meditations, here’s one I really like.)

Also, make an effort to drink your morning tea or coffee outside under a tree or under the morning sky and commune with the Source that sustains you so joyfully. Give thanks. It’s funny how much more time you will suddenly have every morning.

And then you know what else I do that really helps me have a great day, every day? I say “yes” to life, whatever life brings. Just say “yes” and see what happens.  (You might find that amazing creatures come into your world to stay! You never know, gang!)

Okay, thanks for dropping by. Have a terrific Friday, wherever you are!

Beck
Beck
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