Rachael Wolff, author of Letters From A Better Me, has written a new blog post on her appreciation for the fact that she always makes an effort to learn, take a look.
I’m grateful that I’m always learning. Each day is a new adventuring in learning for me. When I feel something inside me that is not aligning with love, abundance, and peace, I pray about it. Then I dive into learning ways to do and think differently that will re-align me with love, abundance, and peace. I spent yesterday absorbed in a 4-hour workshop and then another hour reading and absorbing the science of the mind. To me, that is a an absolutely beautiful day. In the midst of it, I realized I had been putting my energy in places that weren’t serving me, so now it’s my job to change it! Absorbing wisdom that aligns me with love, abundance, and peace is my happy place. Everything that takes me away from their is an illusion. My beliefs help me accept what I have no control over, and my path of learning help me see what I can do, how I can live, and when to let go of what is NOT mine.
Today, I commit to appreciating the learning process. I’ve talked previously about repetition. When I’m ready to apply something that I’ve learned, repetition is key. What I’ve learned about myself is to not add too many things to my plate all at once. I prioritize what I want to add to my plate. Then I figure out what I’m doing right now that is not contributing to the energy of love, abundance, and peace (example: watching election coverage) and I STOP doing it. That space I was using to watch endless fear, lack, and separation will now be filled with things that contribute to my mental, emotional, spiritual, and/or financial well-being. Wow, that makes so much more sense. I’m committing to learning about one new thing a day that helps me align with love, abundance, and peace. This is going to be fun!
With Love, Abundance, and Peace,
©Rachael Wolff 2020
How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World
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