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5 steps to changing your emotional state

Where do you live?

We all have a couple emotional states that we call “home”. Meaning, we fall back into these emotional states most often. Sometimes, we even subconsciously try to come back to these emotional states because it’s what’s become comfortable…healthy or not.

Tony Robbins relayed it best when he said that as humans, what we crave most of all is comfort; to remain constant in who we are, regardless of how we actually feel about that state of being.

Because change is scary and unknown.

It’s important for us to be conscious of the fact that animosity, resentment, envy, insecurity, and lack are all tempting “homes” ( seriously, they are addicting ). But living there eats away at our heart and soul from the inside out. It erodes our spirit, the very foundation of our health and feeling of wellness.

And here’s the deal: if you’re one of the few people brave enough to honestly look at yourself and evaluate your emotional “home”, that means you can do something about it! While financially you may not have the means to pick up right now and move to anywhere in the world of your choosing, you absolutely can choose anywhere you’d like to live emotionally.

Anywhere. And that’s pretty darn exciting to consider.

Five ways to MOVE out of your old mindset and into the new👇:

#1. Change the way you see everybody around you. Everybody. When we change the way we look at things, the things – and people – we look at tend to change somehow.

Everybody we encounter is dealing with something. Something hurtful, something crappy, and sometimes something devastating.

This idea might sound too simple, too plain to totally change your life and overall health.

But thought is the most powerful tool at your disposal.

And this – compassion – is truth.

No one deserves your animosity and nothing is worth crushing your own spirit.

#2. A daily practice of grateful meditation.

#3. Get up early and have an hour of power. This is often called personal development in NM companies, and it’s a habit of virtually all highly successful people.

#4. visualization. I’m a big fan of vision boards, and practicing visualization during meditation and exercise.

#5. Nutrition and exercise. Focus on alkaline nutrition, plenty of water ( not soda ), and aim to exercise 3 – 5 days per week.

Where do you live?

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