Thursday, August 29th, 2013 Focus: I choose to see each moment as a clean slate.

The key is to always honor who you truly are and allow yourself to be in your own truth. As much as possible, I try not to carry any emotional baggage from one instant to the next. Instead I try to see each moment as a clean slate, bringing with it new possibilities.

So I do what uplifts me or brings me the most pleasure and joy at that time — and while that might mean meditating, it could just as well mean that I go shopping or eat chocolates, if that’s what I feel like.

Living more in harmony with who we truly are means being and doing things that make us happy, things that arouse our passion and bring out the best in us, things that make us feel good — and it also means loving ourselves unconditionally. When we can find that within us, things really start to get exciting, and we find synchronicities happening all around us.

Excerpted from the article:
Living Life from Joy or from Fear?
by Anita Moorjani.

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