“To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself. When you are born a lotus flower, be a beautiful lotus flower, don’t try to be a magnolia flower” – Master Buddhist Thich Nhat Hanh
Another year coming up and another opportunity to get it right this time.
We’re always learning and growing…becoming the person we were meant to be whether we realize it or not.
The sooner you decide to be you, the happier you’ll be. Do what makes you happy, do things that come naturally to you, take it one step at a time if need be but begin now! That is your purpose in life!
When you accept yourself as you are and begin your journey to self-discovery, you’ll find that you begin meeting people that can help you in your journey and opportunities will come your way.
When you’re on the right path, things will fall in place and when the student is ready, the master will appear, is a saying that is true.
A few things you can do if you don’t know where to begin:
- Buy yourself a notebook or journal.
- Write down 3-5 things you are grateful for each day (the more grateful you are, the more things you’ll get to be grateful for).
- At the end of the day ask yourself what you love about yourself, something that you were proud that you did that day (this is a step to wiring your brain to love yourself).
- In your journal, write down your bucket list or goals, big and small. Make a list of 50 goals and keep adding to it and scratching out the ones when completed.
- Stop using negative words and phrases because your subconscious/unconscious mind is always listening and it takes it literally and thinks that’s what you want.
- Just as you’re drifting off to sleep, imagine you already have what you want.
- Be you, there is no one like you. Don’t change yourself to be someone you’re not.
Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is you-er than you Dr. Seuss
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