by Luzia Light
“Power means to me: standing strongly in your own center and living from your heart.” – SARK
What do you like to do for fun? What activities fill you with joy and excitement? What comes naturally? Who do you admire and why? Live your life purposefully and know that to just be is enough. You are enough. You are here on this planet and that is plenty of purpose already.
Pursuit of Happiness
“Don’t rely on someone else for your happiness and self-worth. Only you can be responsible for that. If you can’t love and respect yourself – no one else will be able to make that happen. Accept who you are – completely; the good and the bad – and make changes as YOU see fit – not because you think someone else wants you to be different.” - Stacey Charter
“I have seen business moguls achieve their ultimate goals but still live in frustration, worry, and fear. What’s preventing these successful people from being happy? The answer is they have focused only on achievement and not fulfillment. Extraordinary accomplishment does not guarantee extraordinary joy, happiness, love, and a sense of meaning. These two skill sets feed off each other, and make me believe that success without fulfillment is failure. Only those who have learned the power of sincere and selfless contribution experience life’s deepest joy: true fulfillment.” - Tony Robbins
Use positive affirmations. Don’t focus on what you don’t want. Stop complaining. Focus instead on what you do want: money, health, a fabulous career and lots of love. Be open and receptive to answers and solutions. Get yourself in a happy place and watch everything in your life fall into place.
Cultivate inner and outer peace. Meditate every day to find your own inner peace and serenity. Let go of resistance and anxiety. Know that you are divinely taken care of.
Live in the moment. Be mindful. Don’t dread the future, dont’ repeat the past. Have integrity, walk your talk.
Do what you love as often as you possibly can. Always tune into your gut feeling. If it feels good, then it’s the right thing to do. Consistently ask yourself: What feels good? What do I want? What do I really want? What makes me feel alive?
“When you have a decision to make and want to use your intuition, try this exercise: Close your eyes. Take a deep breath and, if possible, get into a calm, peaceful place. Remain quiet as you allow yourself to feel your physical body. [If there is any tension or discomfort] just notice it without trying to change it or make it go away. Place your hand over your heart. Bring to mind someone or something that you love. Listen to the wisdom of your heart. What is it saying about this situation or decision? Observe your thoughts rather than debating or analyzing them. Trust that you are receiving wise guidance from your intuition. Your answer may simply be to wait, to act or to gather more information. When you feel ready open your eyes. Is there anything you feel prompted to do right now? If so, do it. If not, stay centered. Intuitive information often comes when you least expect it! You might feel guided to pick up a specific book and find your answer there. You might turn on the radio at just the right time and hear an interview that addresses your concerns. The Universe has all sorts of amazing ways to guide you. Be patient and trust that all that you need is being provided.” - Lynn A. Robinson
To find your power you need to stop from hurrying and rushing and stand still sometime. Just be with yourself. Enjoy some alone time. Go within. Breathe deeply. Feel the connection to the life energy that is all around you and that you are part of.
Celebrate your life. Have fun, savour the happy moments, be grateful for all the good in your life. Acknowledge how awesome it is to be alive. Celebrate with the people you love. Dance, sing, eat, drink, be merry.
Stand in your power. Do not be a victim, choose instead to acknowledge your divine heritage and that the Universe always has your back.
Power of Love
“Faith is power. It keeps you from sinking into victim consciousness and lifts you to positivity, which attracts more positive outcomes. Your faith in love doesn’t determine love’s power but it does determine whether or not you will experience that power.” – Marianne Williamson
Planning your Life
You are the creator of your life. You may feel like a helpless victim at times, but you have a lot more power over your life then you may realize. If you have health issues, live a healthier lifestyle. Make a plan. What would that look like for you? Trust that your body can heal itself. If you have money issues, keep track of your income and expenses. Make a plan. Ask a financial advisor, open a savings account and name it ‘Financial Freedom’. Go back to school and get a better job. There are always solutions. If you have issues with love relationships, love yourself first. Be good to yourself. Treat yourself like you want others to treat you. If you are caring and kind to yourself, you will attract people who will treat you in the same way. To find love, love yourself first. Design your life how YOU want it to be to the best of your abilities. Take a first step. You’ve got the Power!