Day 6 is here and I'm rolling on the inspirational bandwagon.
If you've followed me, it's no secret that I love quotes and words of wisdom. In fact, every Sunday I share thoughts about a quote, called Sunspiration, in 150 words or less. And today my resolution of reading three quotes randomly takes place on a Sunday.
I started Sunspiration because I loved sharing/reading quotes and motivational messages. To my surprise, I healed some parts of myself without intention. Each week, I chose a quote, thought about it and then wrote my thoughts or analysis.
I, like many people, are naturally programmed to think, want or desire things. Should I be doing more for mr career? Should I make more connections? I'm changing, should I cling on to old ways? Or continue shedding my skin? These things consumed my mind because I detached from my old ways while living in Germany. Europe reawakened the knowledge I obtained by wandering the globe that there is more to life than work, work and work.
Sunspiration flooded my mind with motivation or the belief that my experience here on earth is satisfying through the expansion of my soul. It allowed me to become more in-tune with my inner world, nature and the respect of change and our roles in the world.
Reading quotes and uplifting messages is like pounding a nail into a wall. Words of wisdom are "beaten" into the head and once that happens, there's a shift in thinking. My spirit became stronger and this can happen to you. It's retraining the brain to think differently.
Yes, it'll be more positive but this allowed me (and for you too) to EMBRACE the stones that God throws us. We will never escape low points, but we must work through it. And these quotes inspired me that good things will come when overcoming adversity and life challenges. So today, I challenge you to read 3 quotes to inspire and uplift your being.
Click on the Sunspiration tab or click here to read past posts about quotes and motivational messages in 150 words or less.
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Elizabeth Rae Kovar M.A. is Author of her memoir, Finding Om and is a Fitness Trainer, Yogi, Reiki Master, Presenter and Lover of Life. To view her portfolio please visit www.elizabethkovar.com