Though I playfully wrote the title of this post, this is a serious and powerful affirmation because it’s only through self-reliance–taking faithful responsibility for your course–that you reinstate yourself as the CEO of your life.
This is a space for reflection, where we celebrate the honest beauty and power of the written word. Connect to yourself, others, and life with positive affirmations, meaningful quotes, inspiring poetry, and other happy thoughts.
Here are a handful of Wayne Dyer quotes in honor of the late and great man, spirit, and mentor who continues to inspire millions with his timeless wisdom and his self-fulfilling approach to life.
If the world outside of you is smothering the peace inside of you, this spiritual poem might resonate with your innermost sense of self. Who you really are has less to do with the pain of the world, and everything to do with the light that you’re here to bring.
This is a gentle affirmation to move into the present moment with ease and joy, for this moment is your life. There is nothing else to do here than to be here, to be present with the space you stand in.
A beautiful life is not without pain. These quotes are not just pie in the sky–hopes for an amazing life that probably won’t happen–but recognition that beauty is everywhere, sometimes despite, but oftentimes because of the pain we endure.
These are some life truths that I’ve learned (a lot of times the hard way), but they’re not hard truths–they’re positive insights that can help us remember what truly matters in life, and reconnect us with how we want to live.
Here’s an empowering affirmation to tap into the divinely orchestrated symphony of joy, by weaving together one happy decision at a time. Happiness is a choice I can consciously make as a human being, and each choice brings me deeper into the river of joy within.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I’ve gathered a quaint collection of quotes from eleven revered Irish writers (though there are a considerable number of fascinating souls from “The Emerald Isle,” to be sure).
When we form mental images of what we long for, we feed our dreams–we water the roots of the flower that has yet to bloom. This poem might inspire you to give your positive possibilities a bigger place in your heart, so that you can enjoy each step in the journey without anxiety.
Every time someone or something outside of yourself tempts you to lower your own energy, consider your capacity to rise above anything that’s not based in love.