Workout of the Day October 5, 2015

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Physical Workout of the Day:

Compare to Workout of the Day September 14, 2015

Mental Workout of the Day:

100 Things I’m Grateful For…

Today’s process is strictly to help raise our vibrational rate so that we can allow the flow of love and appreciation to dominate our cells and allow the law of attraction to bring us more things to be grateful for, and to begin to restructure the neuron cross-bridges in our brain.

Get out a piece of paper and expect to do this process for roughly 10-20 minute. At the top of the page write, “100 Things I’m Grateful For…” and begin. You don’t have to be elaborate with what you’re grateful for but do your best to specific, such as “My ability to move my body and exercise,” rather than just “health” or “exercise.” Write until you have your 100 things to be grateful for. If you just can’t think of things to be grateful for, write as many as you can and then come back to it later in the day. This process moves your attention toward points of gratitude, and by the law of attraction, this will bring other thoughts similar to it into your awareness. Also, this will soften our vibration so that we open the door to the things we have been waiting for, and that the Almighty has been pushing into our experience.

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Daily Affirmation:

“Manifestation literally takes form as a result of you. Spirit favors no one individual over another. Each and every being is a perfect extension of Source, of God. You are a perfect extension of Spirit and Spirit is always wanting you to experience the miracles that are meant for you! It’s all up to you, every bit of it you.”

You can see yesterday’s workout if you would like a process that will help you with helping bring more joy to others and yourself as well 😉

Feel free to contact me if you are interested in life coaching and personal training services I offer…

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3 thoughts on “Workout of the Day October 5, 2015

  1. This is really awesome! It seems daunting at first but I did this over the summer and it surprised me how quickly I reached 100. Another great exercise is writing what you’re grateful for in future-tense. Cheers!

    1. Thanks Ashley 😀 yeah, this workout is all about pacing an fortitude and in no time you’re at 100 🙂 Oh, I like that 😀 That’s a great way to manifest what already is 😀

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