Every day man crucifies himself between two thieves–the regret of yesterday, and the fear of tomorrow. – Benjamin Disraeli
How much of your life is spent living in regret? How much time is spent living in fear?
Time is your most precious commodity. You are only given so much, and yet nobody knows how much they have. The regret of yesterday and the fear of tomorrow are what stand between you and the life of your dreams. Decisions based on either regret or fear don’t typically turn out well, yet it’s easy to continue to make them if you are unaware of how these forces come to play in your life. Continue reading Fear, Regret, and The Life of Your Dreams…
“Living in the moment” means bringing your awareness to the here and now, without regret of the past or fear of the future. “In the moment” is where life happens, so be here now to enjoy it!
This is easier said than done for most as everyone carries the past with them, often allowing it to influence their choices and decisions in the present, which will then shape their future. By living anywhere other than the here and now, you could be missing out on the many positive happenings all around you. Positive happenings that could have a positive impact on your future.
What can you do to appreciate the good in your life and bring more of it to you?
Start by acknowledging it!
As you move from this year to the next, consider this fun challenge: Starting January 1st, write good things that you observe on little pieces of paper and put those papers in a jar where you can see them. You can write anything that brings you joy:
On the eve of 2015, read your “good things” and enjoy those moments once more.
Have fun with this challenge! The more you look for the good in every moment, the more you will find it.
This is one of the keys to living a joyous, prosperous, and fulfilling life!
You may have heard the age-old phrase “it is better to give than to receive”. If you’ve ever given unconditionally, it is likely that you’ve experienced that sense of joy and fulfillment that only giving delivers. What you may not realize, however, is that something incredible happens when you give, something bigger than the act of giving. Each time you give, you strengthen the connection that links humanity together. Through the act of giving, you can witness see the awesome power of 1+1=3 as taught in the PSI Basic Seminar.
It has been scientifically proven that giving is contagious. An act of giving does not only benefit the intended recipient. It creates a ripple effect of kindness and generosity that can extend beyond family and community. This ripple carries with it a sense of cooperation, connectedness, and gratitude. Continue reading The Gift of Giving…