If your heart and mind rhyme, then your life will be sublime.Lazarus Shatipamba
Do you ever just wake up feeling like today is going to be a super duper day,
and then today does end up being a super duper day?
In the quest to be my best I like to put the powers of my mind to the test by setting positive intentions for my days.
Why? Perhaps I’ve read way too many inspiring books on self-mastery that encourage courage to take on the day?
Mayhaps my inmost desire to be the creator of my reality demands that I use my ability to be who I want to be, to live my day as perfectly as I can?
It’s possible that my innate nature as a bliss junky is what drives me to seek out experiences that elevate my mood and stimulate my mind so that I can grow, to know how it feels to wow at the wonder of life.
On more than a few occasions I managed to make my mind and my heart rhyme–by aligning the mental intention that ‘Today is going to be a super duper day’ with the elevated emotions that are associated with good days–the result of which is usually a sublime day–a day where everything seems to go my way, where I learn new things, do new things, and get to meet and greet inspiringly interesting individuals.
It is on days like these where I strut out of the rut of daily rigid routines, and walk into a new reality abundant with the unpredictability of perpetual possibilities that inspire a sense of mystery and awe.
It is on days like these where I marvel at the combined powers of mind and heart. The minds power to create my dreams is simply astounding, and the hearts power to lead me to success, mesmerizing.
Because of days like these, where I awaken to the proof of my spiritual powers, I have decided that from now on every single day of my life is going to be a super duper day.
It’s audacious, I know, but I’ll give it my best try.
What about you?
Are you going to let your powers sleep, deeply dreaming whilst you are in a nightmare?
Or are you going to awaken to the fact that life is a dream and you are lucid enough to do whatever you want to do?
I’d really like to know, so don’t be shy to let me know in the comments section below.