Daily Inspiration: August 3. Making Peace and Joy the Goals for Your Interactions – Condensed Version
If you desire to experience more peace of mind and joy during your day, then choose to proactively make them your goals, for more of your activities and interactions. For example, today before any interaction, first set your goal for that interaction, by saying to yourself: “Above all else, I desire to experience peace of mind and joy in this interaction.” Now, you are going into the interaction, with your goal already set. Now, the interaction, becomes a means to achieve your goal. The more that you proactively set the goals for your daily activities, the larger part of your day, you will be focused on achieving those goals. Moving from a reactive to a proactive state, will move you from feeling like a victim to the world that you are experiencing, to creating the world that you want.
Today, let our goal for greater peace and through a four step process. First, we set our intention or goal before going into any interaction. Second, we make a concerted effort to always be consciously shifting the conversation or experience towards a higher vibratory state, in this case those of peace and joy. Third, mentally we offer gratitude to all those involve in the interaction, for helping us realize that we can indeed design what we desire to experience. Fourth, after the interaction, we review it, in order to see where, in which aspects of the experience, we could have more closely aligned ourselves with the energies peace and joy. We use these reviews, not to put ourselves down or become regretful, but instead to remind us that indeed we have the power to direct and design our experience.
All glory to God.
Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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