Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Celebrate Being You!


Welcome to the midweek point.

The inclusion yesterday of Rev. Michael Beckwith’s short video piece certainly hit the spot with a whole bunch of folks. I just adore how the message of The Law of Attraction fits just about everything that comes up in the personal growth process.

I’ve been asked a number of times in individual e-mails to re-send out the “fridge” piece on “Celebrating Being You”. It is proving to be extremely popular as folks are including a copy of it in “snail” mails, and it gifts, as well as forwarding it on to deserving (and sometimes needful) recipients.

So to celebrate the principals that Michael Beckwith presented yesterday, I’ve attached “Celebrate Being You” to get taped up on your fridge.

Celebrate Being You!

Create a positive self image
Surround yourself with people who allow you to grow
Do the work you love and love the work you do

Be your own best friend
Banish "should" and substitute "will"
No regrets – only learnings
Take care of yourself first and foremost
"What if…." – the two most powerful words in the English language
Give away or throw away clothes you don’t wear
Drop the ego
Don’t keep things for best – use them today.
Enjoy spending time with yourself
Learn to meditate
Walk tall
Create a collage of the life you want to live
Do something creative
Live in the moment
Keep nothing in your home that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful
Live passionately
Be authentic
Move your body
Live where you want to live
Create a sanctuary
Surround yourself with artifacts and things that have meaning
Say what you mean and mean what you way
Play and risk looking silly
Eat well; sleep well
Believe the best is yet to be
Cook a beautiful meal
Appreciate yourself
Learn to create mind-maps to solve problems
Experience life
Enjoy sunrises and sunsets
Make something beautiful
Enjoy your relationships
Be in nature
Remember to breathe
Do work that is an expression of who you are
Imagine and dream of what you really want
Learn to say no without feeling guilty
Trust your intuition
Enjoy a bubble bath
Celebrate your uniqueness
Follow Your Bliss

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