It's good to get out and be with people at times, especially when walking through divorce. Go to an event in a park, visit friends, find something you enjoy doing in nature.
Let's find some fun this weekend!
Tools can be a protocol, simple steps to follow, setting up small achievable goals, looking at things in a different way, even concepts to get us thinking. Tools have walked me through different life changes, including divorce life changes.
Let's use tools to walk through life changes easier.
When I need or want to feel more relaxed, I’ve taped on the round points and took a deep breath or two in and out before moving to the next point.
This is an interesting question “who am I “and it comes up in life many times. Knowing our values lets us better understand who we are, make easier decisions that fit ourselves and feel more comfortable being in our own skin.
A simple way to do this is to search on line for a list of values and pick out the top ten.
When we know who we are, we can make decisions easier and feel more comfortable in our lives.
“We do not have to know how to forgive. All we have to do is be willing to forgive. The Universe will take care of the how.” From: Heart Thoughts, page 90 by Louise Hay
Using practices (tools, tips, techniques) to walk through divorce, (life) changes can feel easier and open the door to
more confidence, empowerment and joy.
When tapping on an issue and are feeling better or if you rated it and it’s down to a zero.
Tap on each round point and say out loud; I feel ________ (peace and joy or other words you’d like to feel) flowing in.
Lately I’ve been reading a fiction book. I used to do this all the time but have been reading other genres for many years. It’s been a great change of pace to sit, read and relax. Here are some suggestions for relaxing:
While looking for adventures near me, I ran across this one. It looked exciting and reminded me of another helicopter adventure my Hubby and I had. This could be a great way to see the sites around Portland, OR.
Let's be on the look out for adventures!
We found a great place to get into nature. Orenco Woods Nature park was a beautiful place to walk, enjoy nature & see some interesting sculptures.
Getting in to nature feels rejuvenating, clears the mind & we can return to work more focused.
Hooponopono is a Hawaiian Practice for self-forgiveness. I was tapping on this one day and really felt lighter after. Let’s Tap on the points listed and say out loud each phrase with our own name in blank three times:
Repeat as much as you want.
Tapping to forgive ourselves lets us feel lighter and more at peace.
It’s important to me to have some adventure in the weekend, especially when we have a three-day weekend. Often, we’ll do a day trip on a long weekend but we had many to dos on our list to get done. We both agreed to forgo the day trip, fit some fun in and check off a number of to dos too.
We even combined a “to do” with some fun by doing an errand, then we found something in that part of town we hadn’t done before. It felt great to fit some fun in and accomplish many “to dos” in our weekend!
Fit some fun in and check off some to do's too, when needed.
It’s can be easy to go down into a spiral of gloom but when we focus on optimistic thoughts and stay in the present, we create more delight in our moments. By Katrina Davis
It’s been enjoyable to have the amazing thoughts of Louise Hay’s, I Can Do It 2019 Calendar. Here’s one from April 23rd I wanted to share with you:
“I love and approve of myself through all the ups and downs of my life.
All is truly well in my world.“
I ran across this on Pinterest and wanted to share this great free tapping script to boost energy, by Kathy Atkinson. The script is in a purple ribbon on the right of the post.
I'd tap on a point and say it out loud. Enjoy.
Tool Tip -- Create a sleep vision
Take some time to free write what a great night’s sleep would be.
Write up your sleep vision and spend a bit of time visualizing it.
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