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Delayed gratification is smart when it comes to your finances. Sacrificing small treats today enables you to live in grander style later. Though it’s great with money, don’t carry that thinking into your personal life. Waiting to be relaxed and happy until the perfect relationship, job or house comes along, isn’t wise. Thinking you have to meet external requirements to be happy is a hard habit to break. When one goal is accomplished, you’ll just replace it with another one. Don’t delay embracing your joy.

Choose it now.

Steve and Jarl

It’s easy to zip through your busy life, unconsciously spinning the events of your day. Unfortunately, when you don’t pay attention, you’re at the mercy of your conditioning. When you’re aware of how you frame what happens, you’re able to correct unconscious habits, like judging others, worrying about the future or stewing over the past. If you catch yourself engaging in these behaviors, take a moment to re-frame what’s happening in a way that supports your happiness.

Look for the good.

Steve and Jarl

In order to live up to the expectations of society, it often feels necessary to conform to established standards and fall in step. But rules and convention can dampen creativity. Fear of being seen as different or even weird for deviating from the norm can keep you stuck. Self-esteem is often an unfortunate casualty of those who go for it anyway. Though convention keeps society functioning more smoothly, non-conformists keep life evolving. If you’re inclined to think outside of the box, don’t let fear of not fitting in stop you…

Evolution needs you.

Steve and Jarl 

Resisting what’s happening in the moment causes tension in your body. When you go against the flow, your body reacts as if you’ve experienced a physical impact. Energy gets sent from the core of your body to the extremities, the immune system is taxed and muscles ache. The antidote is simple but requires effort: 1) Notice when you’re resisting; 2) Intentionally relax your body; and 3) Consciously accept this moment without ifs, ands or buts. This gets your body out of alert mode, lowers your your protective armor and…

Allows solutions to appear.

Steve and Jarl

No matter what happens, you can love and accept it. If it’s a challenge, love will help you through it. If it’s sickness, acceptance will keep you from tightening up and stressing out your entire being with resistance. Don’t deny your dissatisfaction about what’s going on — that’s also part of what you need to accept. Just don’t get stuck in that phase. Acknowledge your feelings and find what you can appreciate or heal in the situation. Then be grateful knowing that, no matter what happens, it won’t prevent you from your primary mission…

Embracing your life NOW.

Steve and Jarl

Fear keeps you playing small. Though it may seem like your reasons are legitimate, your concern is usually just your ego worrying about presenting an unfavorable image. Whether you fail or succeed, it has no bearing whatsoever on your worthiness. Scared of something? Do it anyway. You’re the best you when you’re authentically pursuing your truth. When you go for it…

There’s no such thing as failure.

Steve and Jarl

You’re born with a built-in guidance system that, when followed, generates an internal radiance that’s good for you and everyone else. Because the well-being of the entire planet is the cumulative result of everyone’s individual vibration, the most benevolent service you can render to the rest of the world is to make sure you feel good. The way to have a profoundly positive impact on yourself and the world is pretty simple: Do what you love…

It’s what you’ll do best.

Steve and Jarl

Take a look at the different aspects of your life and assess the degree of fulfillment you feel in each one. Are you experiencing joy in your relationships? Are you fulfilled by your work? Is your health as good as it can be? Does your life feel in balance? If you answered no to any of these questions, you’re in luck. Just getting conscious of your level of satisfaction stimulates an onslaught of creative solutions. When ideas start bubbling up, remember that taking baby steps everyday is the path to an expansive new paradigm…

Of joyful living.

Steve and Jarl

If you frequently find yourself at war with friends, family or co-workers, your ego is probably running the show. When you’re under its spell, different opinions threaten your identity and make you feel insecure or irritated. Next time you catch yourself having a strong negative reaction, remember that you’re not really in your right mind. Beneath your conditioning, the real you knows that little is worth getting upset over. It meets diversity with love and compassion. Shift into that part of yourself by finding something about the other person you can appreciate.

Makes life much sweeter.

Steve and Jarl

In order for any kind of positive change to occur, the consciousness of everyone involved has to evolve to the place where healthy action is predicated upon increased understanding. Condemnation and blame can’t create true change. People will continue their behavior until the light bulb goes off and they see better ways of producing the outcomes they desire. If you want positive change, model it yourself through understanding and kindness. If you’re moved to create a better world….

Do it by setting an example.

Steve and Jarl

Even when someone’s behavior feels harmful to you, it’s rarely ever personal. What drives their actions is usually their own desire to feel good or at least better than they do. Sometimes this results in unconscious and clumsy behavior that makes others suffer. While feeling hurt, angry or victimized may be understandable, it brings temporary relief at best. Real healing happens through love and understanding. The best way to shift out of hurt and into healing is pretty straight forward. Honor your own feelings by feeling them, then…

Send them love.

Steve and Jarl

The reference points you use to help you make sense of the world aren’t absolute truths. They aren’t even definite. They just comprise the framework within which you’ve organized the world to better understand it. If you discover that your framework isn’t making you feel good, maybe it’s time to change it. Consider adopting perspectives that help you thrive no matter what happens  Life is a journey. You’re always learning and need only compete with your former self. You’re worthy, loveable and deserve the best life has to offer. In other words…

It’s all good.

Steve and Jarl

Nearly everybody recognizes the benefits of staying physically fit. Students readily understand how studying helps them do well in school. Athletes realize they have to practice regularly to excel in their chosen sport. But strangely, most people don’t understand just how much their thinking affects the way they feel about life. Cleaning up your thoughts by focusing on what you’re grateful for yields the biggest return for your investment of time:

Happiness.

Steve and Jarl

 

Your attitudinal barometer is a result of the thoughts you cultivate. Changing how you feel is actually pretty straightforward. Imagine that your emotional balance sheet is comprised of different columns with headings like anxiety, anger, jealousy, fulfillment, enthusiasm, love, etc. Each emotion you experience is another entry. As life progresses, certain columns develop a disproportionate mass and those characteristics become even more pronounced. If you want an improved life experience, you have to make entries in the right columns. Believe that everything you experience is, in some way, for you and look for it.

Shortcut.

Steve and Jarl

Every moment contains an equal amount of what you might consider good and bad. If bad didn’t exist, you couldn’t distinguish the good. Seeing things you don’t like helps you know what you do like. The intrinsically varied nature of existence only seems unpleasant when you have an imbalanced habit of focusing on the bad stuff. If your view of life leans toward the negative, take the big picture into consideration and try to see how it’s all necessary. Then, shift your focus…

To the good stuff.

Steve and Jarl

You have no idea how powerful you are. Even your most inflated idea of yourself is probably an underestimation of your potential. But when you present a picture of yourself to the world that isn’t consistent with who you believe yourself to be, the misalignment causes stressful internal dissonance. Since it’s your vibration that others ultimately feel anyway, you can’t really fool anyone. The trick is to imagine who you want to be and be honest about who you believe you are.

Authenticity accelerates success.

Steve and Jarl

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