September 13

Realise your dreams in 5 easy steps

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I want, I want, I want or I have, I have, I have?

If you want something but you’re not prepared to make the effort to obtain it, you will probably never get it or even begin to get close to your desired outcome.

So, what are you prepared to do to achieve your goals?

Start Simple

  • Eat well andnurture your body.
  • Mind & Spirit:Focus on cherishing and love.
  • Breathing to clear your body of stale air.
  • Sleep:It’s important to give your body the rest it needs.
  • Food and Nutrients: If it has a number on the package don’t eat it.
  • Your mind: Practice positive language, meditation and breathing.
  • Exercise: Your body needs exercise to rid itself of toxins and strengthen the body. Any movement is important, especially if you sit in an office all day. Build it into your routine. A walk during lunch a couple of times a week, a morning walk before work or an afternoon walk after work is a great place to start.
  • Breathing will oxygenate your body and clear your lungs. It rejuvenates your mind and refreshes your body. Breathe to the bottom of your torso and feel the oxygen revive your body.
  • Clarity for your Mind by practicing gratitude. Oh, my goodness, have you heard love conquers all?!Love yourself first. Be grateful for what you have, as complaining about what you don’t have is fruitless. Abundance and prosperity thinking helps produce more abundance and prosperity. Always approach life with an open heart.
  • Sleeping: 7.5 to 9 hours a night is vital to repair the body and prepare for the coming day. There are different stages of sleep, Non-REM Sleep and REM Sleep. During Non-REM Stage N1 (Transition to sleep), thisstage lasts about five minutes. Your eyes move slowly under the eyelids, muscle activity slows downand you are easily awakened. Stage N2 (Light sleep), this is the first stage of true sleep, lasting from 10 to 25 minutes. Your eye movement stops, heart rate slows, and body temperature decreases. Stage N3 (Deep sleep), you’re difficult to awakenand if you are awakened you do not adjust immediately and often feel groggy and disoriented for several minutes. In this deepest stage of sleep, your brain waves are extremely slow. Blood flow is directed away from your brain and towards your muscles, restoring physical energy.
  • REM Sleep (Dream sleep), lasts about 70 to 90 minutes after falling asleep and when you enter REM sleep, dreaming occurs. Your eyes move rapidly, your breathing shallowsand your heart rate and blood pressure increase. Also, during this stage, your arm and leg muscles are paralysed. Each cycle lasts about 90 minutes and you need to have 4 cycles a night to have complete restorative sleep.

Your goalfor next week, is to make a list. Include the goals that you want and ensure you get very specific. Write it all down and include what actions you will take this week to move closer to your goals. For this week, focus on your biggest goal. The goal that fires your mind, body and spirit. Now, think about what 3 actions you will do every day that will move you closer to your goal. Next week we will refine, focus and realise the changes you want for your life.

Until then peace and love. You can be anything you want to be!


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