What do you tell yourself about yourself? How often do you pat yourself on the back for your strengths, experience and expertise, as opposed to draining your spirit focused on your flaws, mishaps and indiscretions. The words you use to describe yourself and others is one of the most powerful life shaping tools you can harness. In this final edition of Sun-day design for 2015 it's time to mind your words and chose your language as you would medicine to heal your life. Build your verbal and mental arsenal at the Design Your Year Event where the words you chose will infuse in your life with a renewed spirit and excitement for the year ahead.
If you truly believe the words you think and speak give birth to the reality you live, then decide to speak even more good into your world. Keep in mind that whether you choose what you say on purpose or by accident they nonetheless carry a huge weight in shaping the life you lead. Just as the words on a resume can impact your ability to be considered for a job or professional pursuit, the words you write, say and literally surround yourself with impact your level of happiness, peace, purpose, and prosperity. Describe your trials and a journey toward triumphant, talk about your life lessons as the journey to your new spiritual home. Talk about job you're leaving with appreciation for survival skills.
As you mind your words this month, think of the words or phrases you use most often that offers a glimpse into your moments of self-doubt or self-sabotage. Is it when you say "I can't", "I shouldn't", 'I don't deserve"? Or "It's just not in the stars for me", "I really want to I just don't have the time", or my favorite "It's not worthy it anyone..." If you use any of these phrases even once this week it's time to rewrite your self talk script! So for the next seven days I want you to tell yourself one thing you're great at, one example of how you've made an impact in the world, one desire you can manifest in the coming year. Speak light, fun, excitement, strength and pride, say it until it's so.
The life we experience is designed to help us grow. My wish is that you learn from me as much as I learn from you. Share your life lessons and let's build together.