Ask and you shall receive... I got my tropical vacation :-) Christmas/ Birthday present and something I've been asking for, for a long time. I just recently returned from a week in Belize! I was on the beautiful island of Ambergris Caye. How did I get so lucky?
For starters just getting what you asked for already begins to expand one's reality. Acknowledging your creations give you a greater capacity for more. Here's a couple of things that I got from this trip and few new concepts I'm going to apply to every day life.
Be curious, create every day as an adventure, and get out of your routine:
Removing myself from my everyday routines, habits and surroundings was SO good for the soul! It starts to de-solidify all the patterns that I put in place that keep me from truly thriving.
While on my trip, I woke up every day in the state of question... "What fun adventure can we have today? What new experience can we have? Where can we go? What can we do that would be fun?"
I realized that I rarely wake up that way at home. More likely, I wake up in the state of conclusions of what I need to get done, and what it's going to look like.
Compare those two.
Which option feels lighter to you?
Which one feels more joyful and more fun? I don't know about you but waking up happy is where I want to be every day of my life! And happiness is just a choice. If I wake up every day in question... who am I today and what grand and glorious adventures can I have? That creates such an expansion and openness, a sense of gratitude, and sense of adventure, and I don't need to be on vacation to have it. So that's what I'm choosing today.
I hope this opens some doors for you to create your own adventures, expansion, joyfulness and thrival... and invites you to some new possibilities. What else is possible? Below is a slide show of pictures I took on this trip. Enjoy!
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by Julie Merwin
Founder and Creator of Infinite Alchemy, Personal Empowerment Coach, Change Agent, Access Consciousness Certified Facilitator, and Body Process Facilitator