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08 January 2009

I let go of exhaustion

I let go of exhaustion and allow peace and tranquility into my life

I breathe in serenity and breathe out stress and fatigue.

I care for my body each day by getting quality rest and nutritious food. I care for my mind by keeping it honed with complex thinking. I care for my spirit by maintaining my conscious serenity. My peace is something I actively seek out. It comes to me because I look for it.

Peace and tranquility are not simply things that happen to me, they are achievable states of mind that can be sought when I put forth the effort. When I seek out peace and release unhealthy stress, my entire life is improved. I am recharged and revived and I can face the day with a bright and serene point of view.

When I communicate in healthy ways, I bring peace into my life.

When I breathe deeply and relax or meditate, I bring peace into my life.

When I pursue activities in my life that I enjoy, I bring peace into my life.

When I maintain a positive outlook on life, I bring peace into my life.

Today I will seek out the peace and tranquility in my life. I will maintain a positive attitude and I will give my body and mind all the things they need to be healthy. Exhaustion and stress will shed from me like water and peace will be mine. I claim my peace today.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. Have I brought peace into my life through healthy communication?
2. Have I brought peace into my life through pursuing activities that I enjoy?
3. Have I brought peace into my life through relaxing my mind and body?
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In Section: Personal reflection - This article belongs to category: Exercises

I joyfully treasure each moment with my family

I joyfully treasure each moment with my family because they are the source of my greatest strength and joy. While we certainly have moments when we disagree, we are each other's foundation. No matter where we go in life or what we end up doing, we will always have each other.

We are like a child's paddle ball. Our time together infuses us with the energy we need to go out into the world, but the bonds that connect us draw us back, again and again, to renew ourselves for yet another foray.

My family knows me better than anyone else, and they love me for who I am. They may disagree with me from time to time. Sometimes they are even quite vocal about their disagreements! But I know that they will always be there for me and that I don't have to prove anything to them to warrant their love and affection.

My family members are my forever friends. I have other friends, of course, and treasure them for a variety of reasons. But I cherish my family most of all and invest the bulk of my attention and energy in them. Friends and peers come and go, changing with the seasons of life, but family is forever.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.    Do I invest enough time and energy in my family?
2.    How can I show my family this week how much they mean to me?
3.    Am I a source of strength and renewal for my family members?
 

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