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Have a Magnificent Day!

Pandas playing

 

Are you having fun?
How good do you feel?
How often do you smile?

Enthusiasm is contagious.  No one can resist an enthusiastic person.

Smiles and laughter bring healing energy to our cells and joy to our hearts.  It is important to smile and laugh often every day.

Energy is powerful.  It cannot be created or destroyed; it can be focused and directed.
A positive attitude builds momentum in our thoughts, beliefs, words and deeds.  Consistency in thought, word and action increases the process of manifestation and self-actualization.

The better we think, the better we feel and the better we feel the better we think.  Good thoughts and feelings lead to better actions.

95% of our negative thoughts never happen.  Why waste time and energy being negative when 95% of the time what we are afraid of doesn’t happen?  Just let it go.  Goodbye drama!  Let’s focus on positive and constructive thoughts and opportunities. Detach from the ego/mind and discover the heart.  Be a heart with two ears!

What would happen if you surrounded yourself with uplifting, supportive, loving and fun people?

It’s wise to keep our energy, attitude, thoughts and words clear and positive.
The higher the vibration the better!

Energy attracts like energy so stay focused, positive and enthusiastic.

Anything is possible…there is GOLD DUST in the air!

Have a blessed day!

smiles,
🙂 Lee
The MEGA Coach

 

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keepGoing

 

From Keep Going – The Art of Perseverance by Joseph M. Marshall III:

A young man asked his grandfather why life had to be so difficult sometimes.  This was the old man’s reply.

Grandfather says this: “In life there is sadness as well as joy, losing as well as winning, falling as well as standing, hunger as well as plenty, badness as well as goodness.  I do not say this to make you despair, but to teach you reality.  Life is a journey sometimes walked in light, sometimes in shadow.”

Grandfather says this: “You did not ask to be born, but you are here.  You have weaknesses as well as strengths.  You have both because in life there is two of everything.  Within you is the will to win, as well as the willingness to lose.  Within you is the heart to feel compassion as well as the smallness to be arrogant.  Within you is the way to face life as well as the fear to turn away from it.”

Grandfather says this: “Life can give you strength.  Strength can come from facing the storms of life, from knowing loss, feeling sadness and heartache, from falling into the depths of grief.  You must stand up in the storm.  You must face the wind and the cold and the darkness.  When the storm blows hard you must stand firm, for it is not trying to knock you down, it is really trying to teach you to be strong.”

Grandfather says this: “Being strong means taking one more step toward the top of the hill, no matter how weary you may be.  It means letting the tears flow through the grief.  It means to keep looking for the answer, though the darkness of despair is all around you.  Being strong means to cling to hope for one more heartbeat, one more sunrise.  Each step, no matter how difficult, is one more step closer to the top of the hill.  To keep hope alive for one more heartbeat at a time leads to the light of the next sunrise, and the promise of a new day.”

Grandfather says this: “The weakest step toward the top of the hill, toward sunrise, toward hope, is stronger than the fiercest storm.”

Grandfather says this: “Keep Going.”

smiles,
🙂 Lee
The MEGA Coach

 

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Cameleon

 

Chameleons adapt to any environment and blend in.  They blend in so well they become almost invisible.  Chameleons are amazing creatures with unique talents.

We too are blessed with the ability to transform and adapt to any situation, circumstance or environment.  We are flexible, creative and transformational.  Throughout history, mankind has adapted to incredible challenges and transcended death defying moments to succeed and thrive.

Regardless of the situation or circumstances, we are always growing.  We are constantly learning, developing and expanding our knowledge, experience and results.  There is one thing that usually changes slowly, if at all – our core principles and values.  They are strongly linked to our key belief systems.  It requires a major life event or experience to change core principles and values.

Healthy core principles are based on truth and natural law, yet sometimes we have established core principles based on emotional situations or incorrect or unclear perceptions.  It is important to discover these errors and correct them.  As our decisions and choices are based on core principles and values, it is essential these core principles are in alignment with truth and the highest good.

We have a divine potential which is part of the divine design or divine plan of our life.  This is our highest and greatest potential and possibility.

May you continue to grow, thrive and adapt.
May you live your most magnificent life possible!

smiles,
🙂 Lee
The MEGA Coach

 

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healthy green man

 

From The I Ching – Book of Changes,
by Brian Browne Walker:

Give proper nourishment to yourself and others.
Nourishment of your body and spirit is important and merits your conscientious attention.

The I Ching teaches that if you wish to gauge someone’s character, you should notice what he nourishes in himself and in others.  Those who cultivate inferior behaviors and relationships are inferior people; those who cultivate superior qualities in themselves and others are superior people.  This is a test you should apply to yourself and others.

What you put into your body is obviously important.  Because it determines your fundamental physical well-being, it is wise to be moderate and thoughtful about the food you eat.  What you put into your mind is even more significant and regulating it is a more subtle art.

1) You should not feed your mind on desire as a host of inferior influences come into play.  A self-reinforcing cycle of negativity is created so it is wise to hold yourself free of desire.

2) Begin and continue a regular practice of meditation.
Sitting quietly with your eyes closed for even as little as ten or fifteen minutes a day begins to “clear the waste” out of your heart and mind, making room for the nourishment of peace and wisdom to enter in.  To sit in meditation is to tune your ear to the voice of The Sage and it is the most powerful way of gaining his assistance.

3) Observe tranquility in speech, thoughts and actions.
By cultivating calm and equanimity in all that you say, think and do, you nourish your superior self and that of those around you.

One who follows these three counsels now will meet with good fortune.

“He who has health has hope and he who has hope has everything.”

blessings,
🙂 Lee
The MEGA Coach

 

 
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