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What others appreciate about you

A kind word from someone we love and trust can go a long way. Their perspective can also help shed some light on some of our qualities we are unaware of.

Ask close friends or family what they appreciate about you. Save their words. Reread them when you need them.

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What you’re saying to yourself

Observe the thoughts that come up and do not judge yourself for having them. If you have unkind thoughts, ask yourself if you would speak to any other human being the same way you speak to yourself.

You deserve to be spoken to kindly, just like you would speak to a friend.

Find supportive people

Do not be afraid to decline invitations to events that pull you down. This will make room for the things in your life that makes you feel happy.

Find and/or make time for activities that will bring you joy.

Find your emotional triggers

Get curious about why you’re triggered. Your triggers could be words, actions, decisions or comments.

When you learn why you are triggered, you will understand yourself better and know what still needs to be healed.

Focus on kindness

Helping others helps you to see your own worth. 

Switch your focus from “What’s wrong with me?” to “How can I give back?” 

Practice gratitude

Appreciate the qualities that make you uniquely and beautifully you. 

Write down every day a few things in your journal that you appreciate about your soul-self that is unique to your last twenty-four hours.

Everyone has their own struggles

You are not alone in your struggles. You have more power than you realize.

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Self-care is often placed in the lonely bottom of our to-do list.

We underestimate self-care activities and the impact they have on our lives. 

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The Magic Morning Mindset helps us become calmer, more joyful, and more connected with oneself. Your morning routine can be anything from yoga, dance, or writing, with your focus on: M- Movement, A- Alignment, G- Gratitude, I- Intuition/Intention, C- Connection.

Mind-Body-Soul

To start the Magic Morning Mindset, try to start going to bed a bit early, to wake up early. Make sure you have all you need in the morning, like a yoga mat, pen and notepad.

  • For the Mind: Write down your goals and dreams, unedited, writing the things you are grateful for, including any thoughts or ideas.
  • For the Body: Put some music and dance, and do Sun Salutations (Yoga) while reflecting on your thoughts.
  • For the Spirit: Choose a guided meditation or just sit for five minutes noticing your breath.
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