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It’s a colorful time of year, with petals beginning to open all around us, creatures awakening, and landscapes seeming to come back to life. These lovely quotes about color highlight the joy life is infused with because we know color.
These daily positive affirmations are life-giving, because they can help us adapt to new beginnings and more joyfully navigate the shifting winds of the world. Make this month a miraculous one, by using whatever combination of supportive statements best suit your life right now.
There comes a point when we’ve had enough of the lingering negative energy of our old wounds. I’m at this point of wanting to live a better way, because I know there is a better way. I may still have pain, but I want no more suffering, and freedom from any fear surrounding that pain. […]
I believe that the moment you love and respect yourself enough to follow your own path–regardless of what others might tell you is right or wrong for you–you put something beautiful into the world that wasn’t there before.
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.
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.
When I approach whatever I’m doing from a peaceful state of mind, I seem to get things done with greater ease, less frustration, and more joy–and the quality of my work emulates these qualities. Transform stress into peace; one of these reminders might help.
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.
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.