Letters From A Better Me author Rachael Wolff has written a new blog post on how grateful she is for the days when she focuses on her needs, read Rachael’s post here.
I’m grateful for a day to focus on my needs. Sometimes it’s important to take the time to make sure I’m aligning with love, abundance, and peace in the best way possible. I love to MAKE myself that time. The last few years, I’ve taken the last week before the new year to really re-focus and take stock of how far I’ve come. I look at what I’m still resisting and what is coming easy and in flow. I’m grateful for the days I do this, because it really does help my energy to align with love, abundance, and peace.
Today, I commit to making time for me and my needs. Making the time shows me that I’m on my priority list. If I don’t make the time for me, I’m showing others that it’s okay not to either. I show others how I want to be treated by how I treat myself. I treat others as a reflection of how I treat myself. I want to make sure I’m committed to showing myself the love I deserve, so that I may love others from that place. I know that I have to know it within me, in order to receive and APPRECIATE the the love that is coming back to me. This is what living in the energy of love, abundance, and peace is all about. They all go together! When we are internally full, we have so much light to offer the world around us. We will then reflect that energy back to us by the the people, places, and things we attract back to us.
I find it is very important to be clear, because if we are confused, we are sending out mixed energetic messages. If we use words that are tied to the energy of fear, lack, and separation, we attract more the energy that is tied up in those words, even if the idea of what we want is positive. I go over this thoroughly in my book. Just an example is, if I say, “I want someone who doesn’t drink or smoke.” We are not focusing on what we want, we are focusing on what we don’t want. Saying, “I want a partner who lives a healthy lifestyle.” The energy is more aligned, but only if I’m living a health lifestyle, because healthy attracts healthy. If we want to attract something, we have to be what we are looking to attract. This is one of the reasons it’s so important to make sure our self-talk is aligned with love, abundance, and peace.
As we get ready for a new year, let’s prepare for a new chapter by making sure our energy is aligned and taking care of ourselves. I hope if this resonates you will scroll down and follow FromALovingPlace.com.
With Love, Abundance, and Peace,
©Rachael Wolff 2020
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