In a world where so many of us are led to believe that the harder we work the more we will have and the better our lives will get, Abraham Hicks advises us to relax a little bit. To learn to enjoy ourselves and our lives a bit more. To slow down and take better care of ourselves, because by doing so, the things we so desperately want to obtain will come much easier our way, helping us feel a lot happier and at ease.
In this short video, Abraham shares 4 things you must do for yourself every day. 4 simple routines that have the power to change the way you feel on a daily basis and transform your whole life.
P.S. I am also sharing these 4 things in writing below this video.
4 Things You Must Do Every Day
“If we were standing in your physical shoes, we would do these things every day and then anything else that you have time for. We would meditate for 15 mins every day – which means we would quiet our mind with the simple intention of allowing our cork to float.” ~ Abraham
2. Second thing: Spend more time outside.
“We would go outside no matter what the weather and we would move around in it in appreciation of this planet. We would look up and around and we would find things to acknowledge and we would talk about them right out loud. Esther walks through her gardens and says to everything you are my favorite, you are my favorite, you are my favorite – you are my favorite stone on the pathway, you’re my favorite bird in the tree, you’re my favorite flower in bloom, you’re my favorite flower not in bloom, you are my favorite tree, you’re my favorite bush, you are my favorite frog – you kept me awake all night, but you’re still my favorite frog.” ~ Abraham
3. Third thing: Keep a gratitude notebook.
Buy a notebook and fill at least 2, 3, 4, 5 is even better, pages of positive aspects – five different subjects and write the positive aspects of it.
4. Fourth thing: get into the habit of looking upward and outward.
Best if you do it outside or standing in a window, and acknowledge that there are universal forces that are focused right at you. Acknowledge these forces by calling it by name – if you have a name that you like, and you could say: “I acknowledge that I am the object of your positive attention and I am appreciating your continual gaze on behalf of my well-being, and today no matter where I am, no matter where I am going, no matter what I am doing and no matter who I am doing it with I will be in conscious awareness that you too are there with me, appreciating me, supporting me, assisting me, acknowledging me, inspiring me, guiding me, having fun with me, acknowledging me, supporting me, assisting me, inspiring me, helping me, guiding me, aware of me, loving me, showing me, inspiring me, guiding me, helping me, uplifting me, showing me, get into an endless loop of that acknowledgement and watch what begins to happen in you life as soon as this day.” ~ Abraham
~love, Luminita 💫