My morning routine doesn't stay the same, but it always has similar components to it depending on how I feel when I wake up. This morning this is exactly what I did:
I woke up & went for a pee.
It was 6am, I was still tired, so I put a guided meditation on my phone & went back to bed.
An hour & a half later I made myself a coffee & I took the writing pad out of my bedside drawer.
I wrote down my goals for the day, some goals for the month & some general things that I wanted to manifest.
I listened to a 30 minute hypnosis, because my previous meditation had felt more like lie-in laziness, & I wanted to empower what I had just written down with my good vibes.
I took a shower, put my bikini on, grabbed a banana & rode my bicycle down to a local juice bar for a fresh juice.
After my juice I went to the pool, took this photo, had a swim, ate my banana, sunbathed during which I got 3 ideas of action to take toward those goals I had written down.
I came back home, hung my bikini out to dry & got to work.
This blog was one of the 3rd of those ideas, I already acted on the others., it's 11:33am right now.
I feel amazing! This morning's routine is heavier than usual on the guided meditations, it doesn't involve as much exercise as usual because I'm recovering from yesterday evening's Muay Thai training, I will work out later today, it is focused on my work goals because I feel like working today.
Some days I wake up & I feel energetic, my body wants to move & so I will do a shorter meditation, write down my goals & desires, throw my workout gear on & head to the gym. Usually while I'm on the treadmill I'll get the ideas for the actions to take that day, when I am fully in my body & not in my head.
Whatever happens, however I feel, I try to write down what I want every morning. If I let this slip, my results stop happening. The rest is self-care, listening to my body, mind & soul. That self-care is important to fire up my energy to get those results that I have asked for, it's important because it makes me feel great, it makes me feel empowered, it makes me feel in control of my day, I get to be the director of my day!
I have a pad that I can tear yesterdays page out of, I acknowledge what I achieved the day before then I scrunch it up & throw it in the bin. On my fresh page I write down is the number of customers that I want that day dependent on my energy levels & how I feel, & I write Thank you universe!
If I have asked for 8 customers say, then I will write 1 to 8 in circles below, the after the number 8 write a star (this is for an extra celebration if I surpass my goals). Throughout the day I tick off the circled number, one by one & give thanks for them.
Next I write down what I want to accomplish this month financially, again I write down the figure, sometimes 3 times, then I write Thank you universe! in order to surrender & hand my request over, rather than try to do it myself.
Then I write down things that I want that haven't manifested yet, things like a new phone, an equal romantic partner, the number of new leads I want on my mailing list, fitness goals (I constantly challenge my body to being healthier, stronger, faster, better,... it's fun for me) I always write Thank you universe! after each request
I don't think too much about it, I don't spend a lot of time doing it, in fact the less time I spend on it the better, because writing it down is about surrender & letting it go. It's a shopping list for the day from the universe, I don't need to memorise it, keep thinking about it, I have handed it over & can trust the universe to pop ideas into my head for the actions to take to make it all happen.
Do you have write your goals down daily?
Do you want to try it?
Share in the comments below what your morning practice is & how it helps you
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1/11/2018 11:47:06 pm
What a great guide, Claire! It reinforced my thoughts to start using my daily journal!
2/11/2018 01:33:48 pm
You're welcome Laura, yes journalling is great too & I didn't even go into that, but writing thoughts & emotional stuff down gets it out of the mind that would have circulated the thoughts forever if it could
2/11/2018 06:02:16 am
Thank you Claire - I love this :-)
2/11/2018 01:34:13 pm
You're welcome Chrissy!
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